Antares Audio Technology Harmony EFX

Harmony EFX, Pitch Shifter / Time Stretcher from Antares Audio Technology.

Price engine
Classified Ads

Antares Systems Harmony EFX

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Pin it
  • Submit
  • Email

Antares Audio Technologies has announced the upcoming availability of Harmony EFX, a streamlined version of Antares' Harmony Engine Evo Vocal Modeling Harmony Generator.

Key Features:
  • Evo Voice Processing Technology for pitch shifting, & natural-sounding (if you want it to be) throat modeling.
  • Four harmony voices with independent pan settings.
  • Antares Throat Modeling technology that lets you process each harmony voice through a physical model of the human vocal tract.
  • A variety of Harmony Control modes, from fully automatic to individual control of every note:
o Fixed or Scale Intervals: Simply set the key and harmony voice intervals and let Harmony Engine Evo do the rest.
o Chord Degrees or Chord Name: Define your harmony chord-by-chord, complete with inversions and variable vocal ranges.
o Chord by MIDI: Define your harmony in real time via a MIDI controller or pre-recorded MIDI track.
o MIDI Omni: Directly "play" the four harmony voices as if they were voices of a synth or sampler.
o MIDI Channel: Use four separate MIDI channels for absolute control over each note of your vocal arrangement.
  • Spread and Register controls that allow you to set the pitch range and harmony style of your vocal arrangement.
  • Humanize functions that provide selectable amounts of variation to each harmony voice.
  • A Harmony Preset matrix that lets you create up to 12 complete harmony settings and instantaneously recall them in real time or via automation.

Pricing & Availability

As an introductory special, from its release in mid October through the end of November, you can buy Harmony EFX for $49 (MSRP $129). It will be released for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and RTAS plug-in formats on October 15th, 2009.

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Pin it
  • Submit
  • Email

Viewers of this article also read...