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DigiTech Vocal 300

Vocal Processor from DigiTech belonging to the Vocalist series

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musicalemt vôtrmusicalemt vôtr

Pedal very playful and effective

DigiTech Vocal 300Published on 10/12/12 at 08:28
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Plus: AND input XLR / Jack, very robust.

UTILIZATION

It could not be clearer ... Very readable, simple, effective. Frankly nothing wrong. Live, not just a line check: take the time to adjust your levels, otherwise you assommerez your audience shots feedback and other torments of the genre.

SOUND QUALITY

Digitech is best known for its good stuff. No exception here, the sound is impeccable. "

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for years when I was a singer / guitar player in multiple groups. Never fails, and once again, very robust. From a simple foolproof. Anyway, good raw zikos to recommend. If I had to make the purchase, you will understand, I will...…
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See tab "Info" of this web page.
Plus: AND input XLR / Jack, very robust.

UTILIZATION

It could not be clearer ... Very readable, simple, effective. Frankly nothing wrong. Live, not just a line check: take the time to adjust your levels, otherwise you assommerez your audience shots feedback and other torments of the genre.

SOUND QUALITY

Digitech is best known for its good stuff. No exception here, the sound is impeccable. "

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for years when I was a singer / guitar player in multiple groups. Never fails, and once again, very robust. From a simple foolproof. Anyway, good raw zikos to recommend. If I had to make the purchase, you will understand, I will do it again.
I keep it in case I resume a group soon.
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poiurezapoiureza

not bad

DigiTech Vocal 300Published on 06/26/12 at 07:15
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OVERALL OPINION

I used this pedal for a few years live with varying degrees of success. Mainly to the sounds of telephone, megaphone or distortion.
No sound factory is used directly, with much patience you come to be 2-3 and that sounds correct larsennent not continuous.
The effect tube preamp is really not bad. The expression pedal is a fantastic advantage over competitors (nothing like changing the length of a delay or reverb depending on the position of the pedal!) ... Etc.
For the disto go your way, it's a waste.
The phone is indeed feasible, not "crazy" but OK.
Delay and reverb are OK and nothing more. There is a basic but hyper...…
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OVERALL OPINION

I used this pedal for a few years live with varying degrees of success. Mainly to the sounds of telephone, megaphone or distortion.
No sound factory is used directly, with much patience you come to be 2-3 and that sounds correct larsennent not continuous.
The effect tube preamp is really not bad. The expression pedal is a fantastic advantage over competitors (nothing like changing the length of a delay or reverb depending on the position of the pedal!) ... Etc.
For the disto go your way, it's a waste.
The phone is indeed feasible, not "crazy" but OK.
Delay and reverb are OK and nothing more. There is a basic but hyper compressor is better than no compressor at all.
The rest of the effects is a complete waste of time (and believe me, I lost time trying to hack flangers, chorus, chipmunk, Darth Vader, pitch shift, double etc etc). It is completely unusable, even in very small doses.

I have since purchased a TC VoiceTone Create to create the same kinds of effects.
After a few shows I can say that I really like TC does not Vocal300 and will therefore return to duty.
I am totally convinced that the new TC Helicon's are melted in the same mold as the VoiceTone Create, so I do not even try.

In short, the Vocal300 is not great but I have not found better in 10 years that I seek.
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DigiTech Vocal 300Published on 06/25/04 at 08:20
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- Inputs: Microphone (XLR), line (jack), CD (stereo mini jack)
- Outputs: Microphone (XLR), Line (TRS stereo), headphone (mini jack)
- ANA Converters: 24 bit Delta Sigma
- Frquence of Sampling: 44.1 kHz
- Bandwidth: 20 to 20 Khz
- S / N Ratio: 97 dB
- Memory: 40 user presets / 40 Factory presets
- Effects: Comps, Preamps (TubePre, overdrive, grunge, darkside, monster, chipmunk, lunar, lo-fi, robot, wizard, alien, telephone), Eq, Gate, Modulation (chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, vibrato, strobe, double envelope, pixelator, detune, pitch, Whammy), Delays (digital, analog, ping-pong), Reverb (8 types)
- Expression pedal (calibrated)
- 2 switches up / down (presets), a...…
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- Inputs: Microphone (XLR), line (jack), CD (stereo mini jack)
- Outputs: Microphone (XLR), Line (TRS stereo), headphone (mini jack)
- ANA Converters: 24 bit Delta Sigma
- Frquence of Sampling: 44.1 kHz
- Bandwidth: 20 to 20 Khz
- S / N Ratio: 97 dB
- Memory: 40 user presets / 40 Factory presets
- Effects: Comps, Preamps (TubePre, overdrive, grunge, darkside, monster, chipmunk, lunar, lo-fi, robot, wizard, alien, telephone), Eq, Gate, Modulation (chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, vibrato, strobe, double envelope, pixelator, detune, pitch, Whammy), Delays (digital, analog, ping-pong), Reverb (8 types)
- Expression pedal (calibrated)
- 2 switches up / down (presets), a bypass switch

UTILIZATION

I use it all the time to Live, rpt ... The main connectors are all symtrique (XLR I / O, stereo TRS). The use and rglages are really childish, no need for manual ...
Even if it is a multi-fx plutt destiny to live, even when I use it sometimes in the studio sounds that I can not pass me on some songs. In this case, another couple I preamp dt a 48Volt power supply. The new version VX400 possde the power supply, the rest is identical.

2 connections are possible:
- XLR output, the unit appears to Mono and temperatures requiring a preamp rattaquer the table.
- Output TRS stereo jack, using a Y cable you then go on a recorder or a console line level. It is prfrable to use this connection if you want the best quality benefitted from stereo effects (delay, chorus, etc ...) and simulated preamp.

SOUND QUALITY

TRS is a good product. Convertos of good quality. The potential effects of standards, classic + (reverb, delay ...) to the exotic + (detune, robotics, whammy, etc. ...). The hack is almost limitless. I use it for voice with a Sennheisser E-855, but the range frequency drives can probably use a + large (eg acoustic guitar).

The fact that I use very often is the "Double". Super efficient. It is a kind of chorus that gives a EHJV incredible voice. I add a comp and a tubepreamp ... and go. As a group, the voice passes aisment above the other instrumentals. Y also bcp effects "gadget" for PForm his voice, even if they are not always useful to have the MRIT drles even be scary .... Eg, I like to cover their tracks and boot a concert Annona our group with a serious voice + Bary White enrhumm ...

Manir gnrale of few factory presets are very usable. + It is prfrable and efficient to do so-even. Ds that starts the camera, we go live in "performance" ... it - say that the presets are not figs: one can live well rgler low, mid, treble and level gnral. Changing presets can be done in Manir discrte in bypass mode.

OVERALL OPINION

- I have been using for about 2 / 3 years and not spare me more.
- I love the sound quality and simplicity of use.
- The report qualitprix is ​​excellent, especially today (I had about 450 pay its release)
- Apart from the racks, I do not know any other equivalents.
- I would do without this choice hsitation. Ms. deuxime MODEL kick my a good, when using two microphones.
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msammsam

DigiTech Vocal 300Published on 07/23/05 at 14:40
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See opinion below
is simple, but not expect something rvolutionnaire either, eh!

UTILIZATION

Tb at this level

SOUND QUALITY

The above law I t's the quality of the output XLR:
a nice little background noise I was eating space!
So, I went out in the pdalier jack, I plugged in a DI and presto, no more.
and still, I was much of!

OVERALL OPINION

1 month
Supo quality price ratio, I use it live, it's cool
damage to the XLR output, ca gache!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: DigiTech
  • Model: Vocal 300
  • Series: Vocalist
  • Category: Vocal Processors
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2003

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