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thething 2013-07-01 16:15

Harmonizer
 
I would really like a Rack devise that is like TC Helicon Harmonizer with 1,2,3,4 part harmonies.

juanrosa 2013-07-01 23:55

You can obtain a good result using Distributor with 3 o more Neptunes in a Combinator

dub08 2013-07-02 00:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by juanrosa (Post 1349472)
You can obtain a good result using Distributor with 3 o more Neptunes in a Combinator

I think Polar will yield even better results for this situation.

kylelee 2013-07-02 02:24

http://www.ewireasonsounds.com/1/pos...ony-maker.html

split the signal and use some neptunes. (better for harmonizing in key than polar)
the link above explains the setup

if polar had separate outs it could be useful for harmonizing with neptunes adjusting for key
polar is good for parallel pitch shifting (always same interval regardless of key... not musical)

dub08 2013-07-02 03:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by kylelee (Post 1349553)
http://www.ewireasonsounds.com/1/pos...ony-maker.html

split the signal and use some neptunes. (better for harmonizing in key than polar)
the link above explains the setup

if polar had separate outs it could be useful for harmonizing with neptunes adjusting for key
polar is good for parallel pitch shifting (always same interval regardless of key... not musical)

Quote:

Polar is an old school harmonizingand pitch-shifter effect with a host of modern tricks up its dual sleeves. Use it for classic harmonizing, stereo-widening, and realtime pitch-shifting, or experiment with freezing and looping for otherworldly effects.
I thought he meant harmonizer like the Props meant harmonizer. ? my mistake!

Still, you could use two Polars and two neptunes if you want. Only thing stopping you is your CPU. ;)

andreezeez 2013-09-02 05:15

I agree. I just tried to create a chain of neptunes to get intelligent harmonies. I got it to work but the Neptune is not fast enough. Maybe you can run Polar into neptune or Polar into the CV tuner RE with better results.

joeyluck 2013-09-02 06:35

I think there are already some combinators in the FSB using Neptunes...

colcifer 2013-09-02 06:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by dub08 (Post 1349495)
I think Polar will yield even better results for this situation.

Nein. Polar only works chromatically. I think the Props missed a trick when they left out a diatonic mode.

eXode 2013-09-02 09:27

How about running Neptune into Polar? It would give a nasty lag though... :)


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