Vocal Modelling Harmony Generator

Antares announce the availability of Harmony Engine Evo      24/07/09
Vocal Modelling Harmony Generator


Antares have announced the availability of Harmony Engine Evo Vocal Modeling Harmony Generator which they describe as the next generation of the quickest, easiest-to-use tool for harmony creation. Here's the rest of what they have to say...
Building on the power and ease of use of the original Harmony Engine, Harmony Engine Evo incorporates Antares' groundbreaking Evoâ„¢ Voice Processing Technology for faster, more accurate pitch detection, smoother, artifact-free pitch shifting, and seamless, natural-sounding (if you want it to be) throat modeling. And with the addition of 5 channels of Antares' unique CHOIR Vocal Multiplier, you can create huge vocal ensembles out of a single vocal line.
With four independent harmony voices, a variety of powerful harmony generating modes, humanization features for natural sounding performances, and a flexible real-time preset system for harmony and vocal type, Harmony Engine Evo provides incredibly easy-to-use tools to quickly and easily produce virtually any vocal arrangement you can imagine.
Pricing and Availability:
Harmony Engine Evo is available now for RTAS (Mac+PC), VST (Mac+PC) and AU (Mac). Boxed copies will be available at your local Antares dealer later this month.
See website for pricing.
Upgrades to Harmony Engine Evo are available to registered Harmony Engine and AVOX 2 owners (including owners of Auto-Tune Vocal Studio Native and TDM). More information:
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