TC-Helicon has released a software update and several application videos for Harmony-M, its vocal harmony device for MIDI keyboard players.
The software update offers improved chord detection latency, bass voice leading and footswitch operation, according to the company.
NaturalPlay, a harmony arrangement algorithm in Harmony-M, is designed to make it possible for any singing keyboardist to get lyrically arranged harmonies playing as they normally would. NaturalPlay is designed to provide a variety of voicings options, including bass voicing, which follows the root of the current chord.
The software update can be downloaded from the TC-Helicon website and uploaded via MIDI to Harmony-M.
For more information, visit their web site at www.tc-helicon.com.
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