Antares 3-Day Harmony Generator Offer

Get Harmony Engine Evo at over 60% off its regular MSRP      28/09/12
Antares 3-Day Harmony Generator Offer


Between now and midnight (PDT), September 30, you can buy Harmony Engine Evo Vocal Modeling Harmony Generator from participating Antares dealers or their online store for $99.00 (that's over 60% off its regular price of $249). Here's how Antares describes Harmony Engine Evo:
Whether you're an experienced vocal arranger, a songwriter looking for that perfect backup vocal, or a composer experimenting with unique vocal effects, Harmony Engine Evo gives you entirely new ways to create the harmony parts you hear in your head.
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. And with 5 integrated channels of Antares' unique CHOIR Vocal Multiplier, you can now create huge vocal ensembles out of a single vocal line.
With Harmony Engine Evo, you'll be able to take advantage of powerful features like:
  • Five channels of our unique CHOIR Vocal Multiplier, to let you turn each voice into 2, 4, or 8 individual unison voices, perfect for creating jaw-droppingly amazing choirs out of a single vocal line
  • Humanization functions that allow independently adjustable amounts of pitch and timing variation for realistic, natural sounding results
  • A Freeze function that allows a unique variety of backup vocal effects by letting you instantly freeze pitch and/or formant articulation
  • A Voice Parameter Preset matrix that lets you create and instantly recall up to 6 different "vocal groups"
Pricing and Availability:
$99 until midnight (PDT), Sunday, September 30 More information:
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