#1
ok I see myself as a fairly good instrumentalist however out of all the techniques I want to understand the harmonizing of notes is my biggest. sometimes I just feel like a certain part of a song/solo needs to have that sick sounding duet of notes but find myself figuring out each and every note by trial and error in order to get a good harmony going. I know there is an easier way to do this so can someone point me inthe right direction? thanx
#3
find out the appropriate intervals, usually thirds or fifths.

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#4
most of the time your harmonizing will be in oct's, 3rd's, 5th's, and 6th's. id say try messing with them for awhile and mix and match them till it sounds good to your ears.