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Harmony Voice by VirSyn

VirSyn, makers of Addictive Synth, iVoxel, and iSyn, have a new vocal harmonizer app. Harmony Voice is available now on iTunes. Thanks to reader Nique for the heads-up on this!

Feature Highlights:

Harmony Voice is a pitch shifter and harmonizer with professional features including automatic tuning correction.

• Four part realtime Harmonizer / Pitch corrector
• Play background track from your iTunes library.
• Hi-end Reverb, Chorus and Delay effects.
• CoreMIDI compatible for MIDI Keyboard.
• Upload to SoundCloud and File Export.
• Audio pasteboard for exchange with other Apps

Headphones are required to avoid feedback. Headsets with mic work great, for best quality we recommend IK Multimedia's iRig Mic.

Buy Harmony Voice on iTunes: $5.99


They've also put out a demo to give you an idea of what it can do.

Reader Comments (2)

This works for me. VirSyn have taken the best bits from iVoxel and created a stunning autotune app. I was disappointed with the ReTune plug-in in Auria although this will be upgraded in the next update. I do like the T-Pain effect in Tabletop however, Harmony Voice goes much deeper (and higher ha ha) and offers more editing, features and FX. Brilliant :-)

September 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTrueyorky

I'm very impressed with this app too, it combines powerful control with high quality effects for outstanding results. The extra bonus is that it not only makes vocals sound exctional but it has the same power over any instrument too. I plugged my bass into it and was totally amazed at how good it sounded, even playing the lower notes. The extra effects really help make some big sounds and the ability to make chords is awesome. You can do a lot of interesting stuff with the features you get, like playing a note on your instrument then manipulating it's pitch on the keyboard, but it's the sound you get out of it that really impresses.

September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNick
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