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    I use it a lot. It will require attention to detail when editing to make sure they line up.

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    T-C Helicon makes a Duplicator unit (about $100) that adds a bit of artifact to a duplicated signal, just enough artifact to make it sound as if not merely a duplicated track (as the intent of the unit.) I recently purchased the unit but have not used it at this juncture for this purpose--it has some other features I found desirable for purchasing.

    From another prospective, after recently reading on Sweetwater's InSync about how a producer for a Talking Heads' song had the musicians come in on different notes each using a different musical style (notably, without the playback tracks of the other musicians), I wondered how this would sound vocally instead of seeking a "tight" vocal sound whether of the same singer or a second backup singer--maybe even with harmony parts. Just a notion I'll try when I come across a song this might add something pleasing--JeffF.

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    Common technique? EVERYONE does this!!!

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    I double my backing harmony lines more than my main vocal...it thickens the sound, if that's what you are looking for. BTW....I have the ADT and don't really like it...but I did use it subtley recently on a nylon string rhythm part instead of a chorus effect. Nice.

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