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#314231 - 01/28/11 09:51 AM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Scottyee]
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Jeez, I beat donny to it!:D

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#314236 - 01/28/11 10:10 AM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: 124]
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Originally Posted By: 124
Jeez, I beat donny to it!:D


Yep, the "Duke of URL" is a bit tardy today...
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#314237 - 01/28/11 10:22 AM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: cgiles]
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Originally Posted By: tony mads usa
chas ... is that your high school yearbook pic??? laugh


Yeah, you should see me when I'm in a bad mood.

smile

chas


common Chas you could do better then that with a profile pic.......even Capt Russ is now posting you tube videos smile

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#314239 - 01/28/11 10:23 AM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: ianmcnll]
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Originally Posted By: ianmcnll
Originally Posted By: 124
Jeez, I beat donny to it!:D


Yep, the "Duke of URL" is a bit tardy today...


hey you know sometimes real musicians have to gig.....;) I cant do everything even an Executive chef has a few good Sous chefs smile

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#314241 - 01/28/11 10:37 AM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Dnj]
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Originally Posted By: Dnj
Originally Posted By: cgiles
Originally Posted By: tony mads usa
chas ... is that your high school yearbook pic??? laugh


Yeah, you should see me when I'm in a bad mood.


common Chas you could do better then that with a profile pic.......even Capt Russ is now posting you tube videos smile


Chas is very, very shy, Donny...and, his modesty is only surpassed by his humilty.

Ian
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#314269 - 01/28/11 12:19 PM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Scottyee]
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124 ... that's GREAT ... my wife hated me singing that song ... she felt I might have REALLY meant it ... I told her "no way" !!!
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#314310 - 01/28/11 04:57 PM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Scottyee]
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I'm not all that great of singer...but I would like to do more....at leas some easy stuff. Does anyone have experience with the pitch correction (not the Hard correction(Cher))?? does it really help any at all if your not on key..but fairly close?

Would it be cool if te pitch correction would follow the RH melody note? Maybe RH3 or something without a sound assigned or turned way down.
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#314328 - 01/28/11 06:26 PM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Scottyee]
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Lee,

If you're off a tiny bit, it will put you right on the money. But, if you're off a half or better all bets are off.

Gary 8)
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#314329 - 01/28/11 06:53 PM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Scottyee]
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Gary, (Others)
OK, sounds reasonable...I did hear from a couple guys that they thought it could actually help in training to get on key as you learn to adjust so it sounds correct. I certainly know if it is of a whole note.

Any thougts on that aspect of it?
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#314416 - 01/29/11 10:52 AM Re: Demo of Tyros 4 Vocal Harmonizer (VH2) [Re: Scottyee]
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Actually, on many big shows where the singers use Auto-tune, they DON'T throw the corrected version back at the singer. Firstly, it adds a hair of latency, and then it is VERY off-putting to NOT hear what you are singing. Like having a delay on your singing (ever sing a ballpark?).

Singing close to pitch is all about hearing what you are doing, then your ear and brain adjust it towards where you want to go. Not all can do this completely successfully (or we wouldn't need pitch correction!) but everyone does it to one extent or another. But remove the ACTUAL singing, and feed a singer the corrected version, and it doesn't matter what the ear and the brain do. You can lose that 'connection' between your voice and you brain by doing that, and end up singing even WORSE!

Ideally, the pitch correction should be applied to what the AUDIENCE hears, but the unaffected signal should go back to the singer's monitors. Unless you are playing so quietly that you can STILL hear your original voice over the PA, trust me, this gets weird!
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