The Harmony Singer is the perfect partner for focusing on your vocals. It's an essential and exciting vocal processing no larger than a guitar stomp box, but with a massive sound. Whether you're elect... Read More
The Harmony Singer is the perfect partner for focusing on your vocals. It's an essential and exciting vocal processing no larger than a guitar stomp box, but with a massive sound. Whether you're electric, electro-acoustic, pro or practicing, your vocal presentation will sound like your group just increased by a couple of backup singers, an expert engineer and a ton of gear.
It's an all-in-one, compact pedal featuring Vocal Harmony, Tone and Reverb. You can utilize up to two harmony voices guided automatically by the guitar via the In/Thru connection. The Adaptive Tone "sweetens" overall vocal quality and 3 high-quality Reverb styles with adjustable level.
Tone is much more than just a four-letter word. Under the hood of Harmony Singer is a collection of high end audio processes tweaked to perfection. Smooth dynamics? Check. Silky brightness? Check. Reduced "sss" sounds? Check. No more muddy lows? Check. And these processes automatically adapt to the tone and dynamic range of your singing so that even with an average PA, you'll always sound your best.
You won't have to brush up on your vocal arranging skills as Harmony Singer does this for you. It instantly analyzes your guitar chords so that when you hit the footswitch, your harmony backup group is in tune and on time. When it's this easy, you'll find yourself trying harmony in songs you wouldn't have thought of before.
Sure everything has reverb in it these days, but when your reverb sounds great it makes you equally great. TC Helicon's sister company, TC Electronic is renowned in the pro-audio community for the quality of its reverb algorithms and the styles in Harmony Singer hark directly from that lineage. The Room, Club and Hall styles are all built to flatter your voice, so go ahead and crank it up, your audience will love it.
Of course you don't want to announce your next song or chat to the folks with Rverb on. Holding the Harmony on/off button puts you into Talk mode where your voice is still processed by Tone but the Reverb and Harmony effects are turned off. A quick tap and you're back in the land of pristine ambience.
If you've ever connected a mic to your PA, you're ready to connect Harmony Singer. Mic to Harmony Singer and Harmony Singer to PA. Nice and easy. Your guitar connects the same way you'd connect your other stomp box effects - only it likes to be first in the chain.
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Every harmonizing device sounds a bit mechanical if you hear it clean and clear. Luckily when I am performing nothing is clean and clear because everything has effects on it. With this pedal I have perfect harmony to what I'm playing and singing and it does not come across as mechanical to the audience. No one else sings in my new band so it was absolutely necessary to buy a harmonizer and this one delivers exactly as promised. The reverb is tasty as well. With this pedal in line with my Mic Mechanic (you definitely want one of these babies too) I am now the lead singer I've always wanted to be. The guy in my monitor is a better singer than I am and the backup singer(s) sound just like him. When I had a singer sit in and I was singing harmony I hit the button and we sounded like a choir. It was beautiful. The unit is solid, easy to use and perfect for the performing artist who can't get his band mates to sing.
This pedal is everything I expected. The quality is good, the operation of the pedal is very easy and it performs good.
I've only had this pedal for a week, so I haven't really put it through its paces, but so far I'm happy. The adaptive tone and reverb are useful in many, if not most situations and the harmonies are cool but can get old fast if your not careful. I think that perhaps the best use of the harmonies is on choruses of songs, etc., but if you overuse them I can see that they'd get pretty stale pretty quickly. I do very much like the way that the harmonies are guided by the guitar, and so far it seems like the algorithm(s) they use for that are pretty quick and accurate. Oh -- one more note: Per the instructions, you really DO have to sing RIGHT into the mic for the pedal to work well. I don't know if it works the same way with a condenser mic, but with my dynamic mic, I pretty much have to have my mouth touch the mic for the effect to work properly.
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