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Re: Anyone Using the Digitech Vocalist
Oh my gosh YES! I went to your site before! I love it - had a big smile going! Made me want to cheer for Harmon Killebrew and scarf down a (tofu) dog!
I guess Harmon Killebrew might be DATING (and locating) me a bit, eh!?
The vox effects on that sound just fine.
The only harmonizer I've ever used is the one in my throat, the one on the Roland Guitar Synth and the Ensoniq DP4.
I'll check it out! Thanks Kevin,
glassWing farm and studio
vancouver island, b.c.
On 21-Feb-07, at 6:02 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Quoting Richard Sales <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
...Digitech Vocalist or an earlier version. Have any of
you used them and if so, whaddya tink?
I have a Digitech Vocalist II on my equipment rack. I have used it in its so-called "Vocoder" mode that allows midi note messages to determine the pitches that are made by the Digitech (although, this isn't the same sound as a real vocoder). Alone, the Digitech output sounds pretty "fakey"