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VocaLive offers a suite of five dedicated, real-time vocal effects for singers and vocalists; including pitch correction, choir harmonizer, voice doubler, vocal morpher and de-esser plus seven effects tailored to vocal processing - reverb, EQ, compressor, delay, envelope filter, chorus and phaser - that may be combined on a 3-processor vocal rig chain.

Dozens of presets are included to help singers of any level get up and running in seconds, plus the VocaLive app also includes the ability to record single or multiple tracks, and the ability to sing along with songs from the iPod library - with voice cancelling features – giving them the opportunity to warm up with the included vocal tools for the most complete, portable vocal solution.

VocaLive can be used with the built-in iPhone microphone, earbuds with the built-in mic, or with IK's new iRig Mic on stage.

VocaLive's dedicated vocal effects will also be available for in-app purchase within the current range of AmpliTube for iPhone and iPad apps, both as separated a-la-carte gear or as complete bundle, to extend AmpliTube's recording and processing functionalities with a full suite of superior vocal effects.



VocaLive features:

  • Vocal processing, practising and recording app
  • Low latency for real-time usage
  • 5 dedicated vocal effects: pitch correction, choir harmonizer, voice doubler, vocal morpher and de-esser
  • 7 vocal tailored effects: reverb, EQ, compressor, delay, envelope filter, chorus, phaser
  • 3-processor vocal rig chain
  • Dozens of presets included with full editing capabilities, categorization and favourites for easy recall
  • Single and multi-track recording capabilities with non-destructive effects application
  • Sing-along features with backing tracks import from the iPod device library and voice-cancelling features
  • Can be used with iPhone/iPod/iPad built-in mic, earbuds with mic or iRig Mic on stage
  • Free and full versions
  • Dedicated vocal effects from VocaLive can also be used within AmpliTube for iPhone and iPad as separate in-app purchases


Pricing and Availability

VocaLive will be available in the first quarter of 2011 from the iTunes app store. A free version of VocaLive will also be available. VocaLive's dedicated vocal effects will also be available as in-app purchases within the current range of AmpliTube for iPhone and iPad.

Final prices will be released on release. For more information, audio and video demos, visit www.ikmultimedia.com/vocalive.

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