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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-02-2005, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
 
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Unhappy ballerina sound with gforce ???

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i would like to have ballerina 12/24 sound with my gforce
but it had only pitch harmoniser (not dual intelligent harmoniser)
someone could help me pls
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-03-2005, 04:39 AM
 
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Re: ballerina sound with gforce ???

I'm not that familiar with the g force (yet haha, i need the money first) but I'm sure I read somewhere it has a 2 voice harmoniser. Plus user custom scales. Is that not what you mean by dual intelligent harmonies?

I don't know the intervals from Ballerina 12/24, but presumably you select the pitch function, choose intelligent harmony and your scale and then set the interval for each voice. Only problem would be if Ballerina goes above an octave, the g force has a max of one octave up or down I think.

Hope that helps in some way.
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Re: ballerina sound with gforce ???

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Originally Posted by learningtolive
I'm not that familiar with the g force (yet haha, i need the money first) but I'm sure I read somewhere it has a 2 voice harmoniser. Plus user custom scales. Is that not what you mean by dual intelligent harmonies?

I don't know the intervals from Ballerina 12/24, but presumably you select the pitch function, choose intelligent harmony and your scale and then set the interval for each voice. Only problem would be if Ballerina goes above an octave, the g force has a max of one octave up or down I think.

Hope that helps in some way.
Steve used the Eventide H3000 harmonizer for that song.

Regards

André



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