Definition of harmonizer in English:

harmonizer

(British harmoniser)

noun

  • See harmonize

    • ‘And this is where Menotti, master dramatist, superb orchestrator and rich harmoniser of large choruses, matches forces in the pit with those taking part rear stage to balance perfectly with the main cast centre stage.’
    • ‘And though Maurice Gibb was the harmonizer and back-up singer, he was the Bee Gees to me.’
    • ‘It's a great help to do this at two pianos because the sonority is always big and full, and the tempo keeps going, as opposed to the fragmentary sounds the novice harmonizer tends to produce when playing alone.’
    • ‘There's been a dearth of four-part harmonisers in pop in recent decades, unless you include The Housemartins - to whom, come to think of it, fellow North Easterners The Furtureheads also bear some visual resemblance.’
    • ‘Also look out for Ireland's finest west coast harmonisers, The Thrills and gritty US punk duo, The Kills on the evening session stage.’

Pronunciation

harmonizer

/ˈhɑːmənʌɪzə/