Schilke B2, Benge Burbank 3X trumpet, Benge LA 3X flugel, Olds Mendez (long) cornet, Olds LA Super (1944), Getzen Picollo
thanks to Steve and all that gave input, it's exactly what I was looking for.
Hello Steve B. (sorry for my English).
I see you use the Digitech Live pro and your keyboardist feeds te harmony. I hope you have the answer of my question.
I have a Nord stage 2 and also a Yamaha Tyros 3. I also have a Digitech Live Pro for four years now. However, I
have hardly used it so far. I would like to use it more often, both in duo
formation as well as in a five-person band.
On my Nord Stage 2 I sometimes play songs in a different key than what the
band plays. For example, Originally the band plays in Cis, while I play in C.
Unfortunately the harmony does not sound pure. It does though, when I play
and sing in C.
If I pitch-up a song let's say 5 taps or keys, but play in C, it does not
sound well. It's falls. Which settings do I need on the Nord stage and the Live pro to make sure the harmony
remains in tact after transposing? (on the Tyros for a couple day I have the answer but nog for the combination Nordstage 2 & Live pro.
So by transposing on the Nord, I will play the same accord (C) but realy is +
2. De Digitech Live pro harmony must folow this transposing.
Is the problem clear?
Does it have anything to do with 'receive' or 'sent' on the Nord Stage 2 or
Live Pro? When I transpose the and on the Nord I play the same accords, then
it sounds not good.
I hope my description is clear and look forward to receiving your support.
Thank you in advance.
Kind regards Henk Speulman
ps. a nice website. Great music !
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