AFAIK, Voicelive 2 is a digital pedal for vocals. Think a digitech guitar pedal but for vocals. The Lettermen are a band, but I don’t know what their “style” means. I assume English is not this person’s first language.I've no idea at all what this means? Always keen to learn?
To make it clear. I an amateur singer, there a band name The Lettermen and they have three singer sings most of their songs in harmony style. The problem is I'm not a native English speaking but love to sing English song so it's hard to find group to sing the same style, then I bought TC Helicon (one is Voice Works and Voice live 2) I want these machines to help me sing a song in harmony for my pleasure and that's all.I've no idea at all what this means? Always keen to learn?
No, The lettermen is the singer band not David Letterman, not the sameAh - I have a digitech harmony 1u rack somewhere - I bought it and never used it. You connected it to a MIDI keyboard or device and then one voice in got generated into a chord from the keyboard. Pretty clever things, but seems they've got cleverer. I figured Letterman was that American interview guy so figured this was to make your voice sound like him?
Thanks for your comment, let's see how much I can do because I'm not strong in music theory.The problem with the device is that I imagine the harmonies will be anchored to the pitch you’re singing. I just heard the song you linked and the harmonies are not always linear (I don’t know how to describe this). Basically if you sing an A and the harmony sings a D, each other note you sing will always have the harmony anchored to that many steps between itself and the note you’re singing, whereas the band you linked had different deviations in harmonies with each note.
Can someone else explain this in more musical terms AND more simply? It’s hard to do lol.
Thanks for your comment. all the bands you mentioned were the hit one in my era. I'm just want to have fun when I play in my band or singing Karaoke for fun that's why I need electronic to assist me.I've very familiar with the Lettermen. My dad had a couple of their albums when we were young.
Sikamol, why not just do the harmonies yourself? That's one of the fun things about multitrack recording. I love folks like the Beach Boys, Mamas and Papas, Association and CSNY because of their harmony work. Listen closely and learn each part, then put them together. Why have a machine do what you can do yourself?