Video – Creating Vocal Harmonies With Flex Pitch

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Flex Pitch has lots of uses. Although it’s primarily designed for tuning vocals, I often like using it as a quick and dirty scratch pad to experiment with vocal harmony parts.

In the songwriting process, it’s often difficult to imagine, or hear in your mind, what certain vocal harmony ideas may sound like.

Flex Pitch is a great way to realize these ideas and experiment, with minimum fuss.

It’s not only useful in terms of trying out ideas but can often be used for an actual harmony “keeper”, especially when time and budget are constrained. Which is, um, almost always!

I’ve got a song that I am working on with my buddy Rex Strother. He sent me a scratch vocal track to work with. We’ve got good solid verse and chorus sections at this point.

And I am at the stage where I am trying to develop some arrangement ideas to flesh the song out.

In this video, I’ll show you how I like to use Flex Pitch to try out vocal harmony ideas.

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Apple Certified Pro Eli Krantzberg is an internationally known author and music software trainer for Groove3. His instructional videos have helped demystify music software such as Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Sonar, BFD, Melodyne, and Kontakt for thousands of users all over the world. Based in Montreal, Canada, Eli is involved in all aspects of audio production. In his studio he works with various artists, as well as on commercial jingles, corporate videos, and original music composition.
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