An interesting Unit in Harmor is the Harmonizer, it is one of the unique features that make harmor stand out. This function is similar to Synclevier 2.

## What does Harmonizer do?

The main job of the Harmonizer is to clone the harmonics.

it clones the harmonic input and can create and place their clones at the different positions across the harmonic range.

The Harmonizer has a dedicated **Harmonizer Distribution **shaping associated with it that helps to control the levels of the cloned harmonics across the frequency range.

**Harmonizer Functions**

Let's discuss what each of the functions in the harmonizer does...

**1. AMT(Amount)**

The amount knob sets the level of cloned harmonics.

**2. Width**

The number of cloned harmonics

**3. Harmonizer Strength**

Sets the tonal balance amount of the original and cloned harmonics.

## Harmonizer Matrix in Harmor

The Harmonizer matrix decides the relative position of cloned harmonics with respect to their original harmonics.

There are two types of harmonic placements in The Harmonizer.

**1. Shift**

The shift function decides the distance between cloned and original harmonics. There are two modes to set this.

**Ofs(Offset)****-**It sets distance in octave.**Step - Sets**the distance in Harmonics.

The step is decided further in 2 modes.

- Shifts in an additive manner.**Additive**- Shifts in a Multiplicative manner.*Multiplicative*

**2. GAP**

The Gap function decides the distance between the 1st cloned harmonic with the rest of the harmonics. The first harmonic contributes the most in deciding the timbre, that's why its more powerful than its follow-ups. That is why the gap function can control the timbre of cloned harmonics.

The Gap matrix is a mysterious table.

The first thing you should know about it is that unlike shift it only works when there is more than 1 harmonics. If you are using harmonize on a sin waveform, the gap function will not work. The obvious reason is that we need at least 2 harmonic clones to make the gap.

Just like Shift Gap Matrix has two functions as well. But they work slightly differently.