aj113 wrote:Mixcraft comes with Melodyne. As I understand it that is what the big boys use to generate harmonies. I use it for harmonies often - it not only shifts the pitch but attenuates the formant. In solo it's a bit ropey but in the mix it's pretty convincing.
Thx but also pricey...Mark Bliss wrote:Agreed Trevor. Ten years later and Vibrant Audio's original reply is pretty "on point"
In addition to the titles mentioned, the ZPlane Vieklang harmonizer and the Eventide H-3000 or quadra/octovox titles have good reps.
Probably a bad choice of words on my part. I don't want something to simply apply effects to an existing voice like delay etc. I want it to sound like a second voice singing harmony to the first. ie sounds like "real harmony" not simply applying "harmonics"They are all "simulated" harmonies and pitch shifters, so I dont really understand your question.
Nah. Many good inexpensive and even free ones out there. Surprise back!And yes, all the better quality plug ins trend toward the pricy side. Surprise!
Nah. Many good inexpensive and even free ones out there. Surprise back!
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