#1
i just got the Boss ME-70 and it has a harmonizer effect built into it, i was wondering if anyone knew a good KEy to set the harmonize to to sound like 2 guitars playing the same part... i.e. Unholy Confessions - Avenge Sevenfold


any help is appreciated
#4
That makes no sense man. The two lines have to be in the same key or it wouldn't be harmonizing. It would be but there'd be a good chance you'd hit a bad note. Do you mean intervals?
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#6
I think he wants harmonization. If he wanted multiple guitars then chorus would work too.
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#8
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WB5kzzuipqY

around 2:26ish


i'll try the chorus and reverb, but will it give me something like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-QaFWURsMU
around 0:12

it actually kind of sounds like a different key but the tabs are the same for both parts, and clue??


your lost man, learn some theory before you try to harmonize.
#9
Unholy Confessions is in d minor (Fmajor), the lead guitar is a 3rd up. The thing about playing that song with a harmonizer is the palm muting isnt harmonized, so it is gonna sound a little wierd. Maybe if you have a fast enuf foot, you can switch it off and on really quick for the palm muting. Just think of it like a wah wah
#10
Quote by Minion2580
Unholy Confessions is in d minor (Fmajor), the lead guitar is a 3rd up. The thing about playing that song with a harmonizer is the palm muting isnt harmonized, so it is gonna sound a little wierd. Maybe if you have a fast enuf foot, you can switch it off and on really quick for the palm muting. Just think of it like a wah wah


yhank youuu, i will try that :]
#11
I think he means "what intervals should I set it at".


Try 5ths.

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#12
Take a look at this:

http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar-harmonizing/

Spend 5 minutes reading this and then do the exercises, you'll add a whole bunch of cool harmony techniques to your toolbox.

when I harmonize I like to use perfect fifths, which means guitar #2 plays 7 frets higher than guitar one. To achieve this with a pedal, set the interval to "fifth." If you learn what that means it'll do way more for you in the long run, and it's painless I promise! The link above offers an explanation that is very clear.
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#13
i would keep it easy and put it to C that being C major. fairly simple easiest/most useful key. but if you wanna try something else... im not sure how many scales/how much theory you know but look at all guitar chords .com and yeah... as for the pedal the harmonizer effect is good but not great 2 real guitars sound much better imo just use the phase loop instead if you know how to harmonize in 3rds!
#14
Quote by C-Wiz
i just got the Boss ME-70 and it has a harmonizer effect built into it, i was wondering if anyone knew a good KEy to set the harmonize to to sound like 2 guitars playing the same part... i.e. Unholy Confessions - Avenge Sevenfold


any help is appreciated


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