I'm proud to announce that version 2 of the MIDI real-time Harmonizer software is available. I had a lot of fun with the MIDI Harmonizer the last couple of months. I think it's a great tool for improvising since you can have the MIDI Harmonizer generate unexpected harmonic additions to your solo, while at the same time you can restrict the harmonics to sound within key/scale and influence this in real-time as you play. An interesting way of inside/outside harmonic playing.
I made a demonstration video of the MIDI Harmonizer version 2. In this video I explain how the MIDI Harmonizer is working. From 7:00 and further, you see a live demo of the MIDI Harmonizer. Note that the live video image is lagging behind a bit to the actual audio. In the MIDI Harmonizer window you can see what's going on while I play a demo tune. I bypass the harmonizer now and then, and also use key switches in the lower part of the keyboard to switch to the right key/scale while I play the solo line.
Go to the downloads menu to have a look at all of it's features and/or buy a copy of the MIDI real-time Harmonizer V2.