The Antares Harmoniser is crazy

Benji shows how you can make dope chord progressions using this awesome effect

Hey what’s up guys, it’s Benji .

I wanted to do a tutorial on the Antares harmoniser, specifically on using it to make dope chords quickly and easily.

You don’t need to understand much theory at all and you can get chords from just playing single notes.

It’s really dope and adds a whole extra dimension to sounds. I’m going to be showing you in Logic Pro but it is applicable for any DAW that Antares Harmoniser can run on.

I’ve broken it down in to 4 steps.

Prefer to learn by watching? Check out the video:

Step 1

Select a sound to harmonise and create chords with. This technique works really well with more legato sounds, i.e. things that are longer like organs/strings/synth pads and basses. Most importantly though, experiment with it and discover things you like.

Step 2

After you’ve selected your sound we need to route the VST to a bus, make it pre-fader and mute the bus.

Step 3

Create a harmoniser instrument track and set the input, key, portamento/glide and levels - also mute the source sound.

Step 4

Go back to your VST instrument and play the notes in the key you set in the harmoniser.

Hopefully this is helpful, any questions leave a comment and let me know what else you’d like me to cover in future techniques.

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