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#1 2012-01-18 20:59:01

Solo Guy
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Recording BackTracks with a Zoom R16 and Digitech Live 3

Hopefully someone can shed some light on my set of questions. I have a Zoom R16 which I use to create backtracks consisting of a typical band instruments (keys, guitar, bass) and one or more vocal harmony parts. Recently (still in the returnable period) I purchased a Digitech Live 3 Harmonizer (DL3) which is a terrific pedal. It was easy to figure out and adds two harmony parts very intelligently with chords played on guitar.

When performing live, the sound quality of the DL3 has a touch of a nasel-robotic sound but is acceptable particuarly if theres other stuff going on musically. The problem I am running into is that when I record a harmonized DL3 track on the R16 (which is why I purchaed the DL3), the nasel robotic sound is accentuated regardless of what settings I use.

Here are my questions:
1. Any advice on being able to make this work: Recording from the DL3 (or any harmonizer) onto a single R16 track
2. would the problem be eliminated with a Zoom 1608 or similar unit (digital recorder/mixer with built in harmonizer)?
3. Does the Zoom 1608 treat harmonizing in parts with the same elegance as the DL3?

Additional helpful pieces of info: When creating the backtracks, the only software I use is Cakewalk Sonor for converting WAV files to mp3 and for basic file editing. For me, making the backtracks using software is a direction I am not exploring at this time mainly because the R16 is doing the job.

Thanks for the read.

Solo Guy

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