NAMM06: TC-Helicon Introduces Harmony Plug-In for DAWs

Up to 4 part harmonies For Powercore or Pro Tools|HD users      21/01/06
NAMM06: TC-Helicon Introduces Harmony Plug-In for DAWs


TC-Helicon have announced the Harmony4 plug-in for Pro Tools|HD and TC’s PowerCore platform.
With the new plug-in, producers, engineers and songwriters can fatten existing harmony tracks by adding new 1- to 4-part harmonies after the singer has left the studio.
TC-Helicon’s harmony algorithms will already be familiar to users of VoicePro, VoiceLive, and VoiceWorks. Up to four virtual singers with individual gender, vibrato, levels and various humanization controls are created from a single vocal track. Harmony4 features the TC-Helicon’s latest generation harmony technology with robust pitch detection and Hybrid ShiftingTM algorithms.
TC-Helicon tell us that the user interface of the Harmony4 plug-in was designed with the utmost user-friendliness in mind, and several schemes that simplify the choice of harmony are offered: From automatic scale-based harmony that intelligently follows melismatic singing, to MIDI note control allowing any possible melody to compliment the lead vocal.
    Price and Availability
    Harmony4 will be available March 2006
    PowerCore Version: EUR 599 and GBP 410 retail
    Pro Tools|HD version: EUR 799 and GBP 550 retail
    More info:
  • www.tc-helicon.com


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