We have done several vocal harmony demos on how you can use your pc recording studio to record your own harmonies, using just your own voice. Obviously the same techniques work for multiple people each singing their own harmony parts, but that’s not the point. So what is?
Well I wanted to show someone several examples of the “how to record harmonies” demos we’ve done and realized it was sort of hard because they were all their own individual posts. So I created this page in order to have all the harmony audios in one place. So here they are. These examples contain only one guy singing all the parts to just the awesome a capella intros to a couple of famous songs, which is a neat audio recording technique you can learn here at Home Brew Audio. As we do more, we’ll add them here as well.
1. Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen) – From The Article: How To Be Your Own Glee Club – Queen Harmony Demo
2. Carry On Wayward Son (Kansas) – From the Article: Kansas Harmony Step-By-Step
3. Helplessly Hoping (Crosby, Stills and Nash) – This one is a video and is the entire song!
4. Sing Harmony With Yourself – See The Article http://www.homebrewaudio.com/sing-harmony-with-yourself-learn-how-to-record-your-voice-on-your-pc-and-sing-along-with-it. Above is the video that goes along with it.
5. Learn to sing harmony! Before you can record yourself singing harmony, you have to know how to sing harmony. If you don’t already know how, yhou should definitely check out the innovative (and easy) method – called “part-predominant” – at SingHarmony.com
You can purchase part-predominant tracks of the three voices in the “Helplessly Hoping” video above from SingHarmony.com at this link: http://www.singharmony.com/search.php?ID=494.