I REU vocalist live pro there is a little less than a week.
The very first use is easy too. One branch (with a little logic is easy) between the guitar, the vocal mic, the guitar output to return to the chain effect guitar and voice output to the stereo mixer.
We sing (playing the guitar, otherwise, the vocalist can not know how to use Tone), .... and rings ... Plutt well ...
Connectivity is widely tudie. (MIDI, USB, auxiliary footswitch, volume etc ...)
One can, by acting on the outputs, spare each harmony voice. (Useful if you recorded on a multitrack and that one s desire to redo a mix of voice thereafter, without any r-register)
Manual: it is in English and no way to find it in French, even on the Internet in PDF format.
T he sucks! Because, as THE FIRST approach is easy, as far into the programs is not very intuitive ...
For now, I'm scared to delete presets, so I did not tweak bones, fault, precisely clear manual in FRENCH.
The effects are effective.
The Harmonizer creates beautiful harmonies (this is asked), but do not push it too extreme in (fifth and third, it's all good ... for octave below or supprieures, it lacks a little natural)
The rverbs are beautiful.
If I had t richer, I think that obviously VoiceWorks More Hlicon TC is of better quality but be careful, we would not be at all in the same budget. (Especially since it must add the purchase of a converter for CT Hlicon guitar)
All inclusive (+ TC Hlicon converter, it is around 800-900 euros.
With the Vocalist Live Pro, one is 550 euro all inclusive (purchased from Thomman)
So, I patent deed ... but with a manual in Franais, a would be so much better ...