Originally Posted by Unclenny
I use TC Helicon Quartet for my BVox....and boy do I ever get abused for it.
Works ok for the 'one man band thing' if you mix it in low and add in some human harmonies as well. Sunday Knows
Wow, that's really pretty cool. Much more like what I wanted when I purchased an Eventide 3000 D/SE. The Eventide definitely demands respect. But it's more of a delay/effects unit than a clean harmonizer/reverb. I mean it does harmonize, but...In some ways it really doesn't. It pitch bends in a way that's really obnoxious. That and searching for a set of harmonies is kind of a bitch. It's like looking for a f'n Popsicle in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory.
I like it for thickening etc., but for vox, it sounds like Alvin. ? Shoot, I'm happy with Guitar Band's harmonizing, but it's ITB. I want a pedal or unit I can use live.
Does the Helicon have a number of harmonic voices, like 3, 5, octave, triad, etc.?
Also do you have another sample? It's really low and kind of hard to tell. I guess that's good though. it means it blends well.