MESSE08: TC Harmony G & M Voice Pedals

Helicon cram some hot technology into a little stomp      18/03/08

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We take a look at the new Harmony G and M pedals – which were released at NAMM. These unassuming little boxes hide a great deal of vocal processing power – the Harmony G will analyze the input from a guitar and provide two part harmonization based on the pitch of the incoming signal. You can choose between harmony and voice double – which will give an authentic double tracked voice effect. The Harmony M takes its information from the MIDI input – which means you can use your keyboard to throw vocal chord shapes – I’m told, if you set it to be hard pictching, you can emulate vocoder type effects too. Both pedals are expected to ship spring 2008 at 299 Euros.

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