CipherHost Posted July 28, 2015 Share Posted July 28, 2015 (edited) I'm trying to get the Smart Harmonizer in my HD500X to work with the dual lead on Run to You by Brian Adams. I know just enough music theory to confuse myself. So if you are going to explain this to me, which I really would appreciate, please do so on the "this guy doesn't have a clue" level. Thanks. This is what I have done so far: I picked out the beginning of the song as I was noodling around starting with the first note of A on the 5th string. When I went onto youtube to start learning the rest of the song, it sounded like they started with the first note being an F#. So I went to my trusty Custom tuning option an dropped my new Variax Standard 3 semitones. (produces a little warble when you let 4ths ring for a few seconds, but I don't know if there is a way to fix that) So now I can play the beginning of the song as though I'm in the key of "I have no friggin clue" I tried pretty much all the key signatures and choices from the drop down list of Maj, Min, etc. at -3 and I can get close on many of the notes, but not all of them. Now I could be wrong, but it sounds like the actual notes the two guitars are playing is something like the following: When Guitar 1 is plating these four notes: B Bb F# C# B A# F# C# then Guitar 2 is playing these four notes: F# C# B Bb F# C# B A# Is it possible to play either guitar 1 or guitar 2 and get the harmonizer to sound out the other part? Does the key signature setting on the harmonizer have to change if I drop the standard tuning using a Custom setting in HD Edit? Thanks Edited July 28, 2015 by CipherHost Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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