#1
Hey everyone,

So I'm a solo musician currently and I'm searching for some type of pedal that matches my notes and does backing/harmonizing. I sound completely fine alone but I just think it would add more to stuff like choruses and make it feel more lively. I know TC-Helicon has a bunch of products but I really am not sure which are good. Any suggestions are good thanks

I play an acoustic-electric guitar and sing. I need the backing/harmonizing for VOCALS.

AGAIN TO MAKE IT CLEAR VOCAL BACKING/HARMONIZING, NOT GUITAR OR BASS.
Last edited by bassplayer4444 at Jul 15, 2011,
#2
What you really need is a new amp.
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#3
Digitech makes one, don't they? I think their Vocalist processor has one. It'll harmonize based on what chords you play and stuff.
#4
Could use one of those MIDI pads.. not sure of the actual name. You set pre-recorded sounds (in your case harmonies) and trigger them when you need to
#6
Boss ME-70 does that. Choose the key, the interval, and the volume you want the harmony at, and it auto-harmonizes for you. It also does tons of other cool shit.
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#8
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#11
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I do a fuken a piano play. And I don't need a new amp. You need an amp that's new.
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#14
Try an octave divider. However, it won't follow the scale you are using, only a specific interval above you.
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