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- TC-Helicon Harmony4 for TDM – A great vocal is always enhanced by adding rich harmonies. Now you’re free to think about arranging and stacking the perfect harmony parts long after the singer has done the lead vocal! You could, for instance, quadruple each of the three parts your singer did in three quick passes using this new plug-in. With a choice of MIDI controlled and automatic control methods, anyone can take advantage of this new way of working, regardless of their individual instrumental skills. Thanks to TC-Helicon’s research and implementation of humanization features, the accuracy and speed of the pitch detection and other great algorithms will open up entirely new worlds in vocal processing that don’t sound processed!
- Edirol M-10MX – This battery-powered 10-channel mixer is ideal for traveling musicians, field recording, podcast creation, and DJs. Almost small enough to put in your pocket, it’s built to Edirol’s exceptionally high standards plus it’s ready to travel. With a choice of 1/4″ and RCA inputs and outputs, the M-10MX lets you mix wherever you go. The M-10MX comes with an AC adaptor for those times when you’re close to an AC receptacle, but it can also operate on just four AA batteries! You can even mix to 24-bit/96kHz via the S/PDIF output. The price is a fraction of what you’d expect,
- Takamine 2007 Limited Edition – Each year, Takamine builds limited-edition guitars with special themes. For 2007, “The Storm” Limited Edition acoustic captures the inspiration of one of nature’s most spectacular displays of power and glory. The lightning is provided by amazingly precise laser cut abalone inlays, while the thunder comes from the solid Sitka spruce top and scalloped bracing. The slick black finish on the dreadnought body is highlighted by a thundercloud and lightning rosette with raindrop and lightning inlays running up the neck.
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TC-Helicon Harmony4 TDM
TDM Vocal Harmony Plug-in with Four-part Capability Mac/PC TDM
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