Does a vocoder make actual human words and harmonies or just wacky robotic voices? Can you tell immediately those aren't real voices but some kind of effect? Where does the keyboard come into play in making the vocals?
I'm being overly cautious I guess cos 10 years ago or more when I was doing music I had bought by mail some sort of Vocal Harmony Processor. I don't recall the brand but it was rackmount, really hyped in the mags of the day, and about $800... and worthless to me. That thing did nothing but make my old druid narrations sound like I was on 1/2 speed. the "4 voice harmonies" just sounded like 4 echos of my own voice, it definately didn't sound like 4 different people singing, and as for making my voice female it didn't do that either.
Does anyone know if Musicians Friend really takes their mechandise back within 45 days if you're not happy with it or will they only take it back if it arrived damaged?
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