[NAMM] DigiTech Live Harmony vocal processor
DigiTech adds to its Vocalist Series the new Live Harmony vocal processor pedal that is introduced today at NAMM 2014.
The DigiTech Vocalist Live Harmony allows for adding two voices of harmony to your voice, and these harmonies are based on what you play on the guitar. DigiTech included its patented MusIQ technology that allows for guitar chord detection to generate harmonies.
The processor also includes Lexicon Ambience and Reverb effects, a dbx compressor, a “Golden Channel” channel strip and a feedback suppressor that uses 12 filters.
A looper is also available with 70 seconds of recording and unlimited overdubs.
Last, guitarists can use the built-in tuner.
The Vocalist Live Harmony features an XLR/jack combo microphone input with +48V phantom power, unbalanced 1/4” jack guitar input and output, a 1/8” aux input, electronically-balanced XLR line outputs and a stereo 1/4” line/headphone output.
Technical details are available at www.digitech.com.
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