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Vocal Processor from DigiTech belonging to the Vocalist series

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DigiTech has announced its newest addition to its line of vocalist products: the VL3D Desktop Harmony Processor.


The VL3D is designed for keyboard players requiring back-up harmonies for either live performance or studio recording.

The VL3D offers 3-part harmonies using DigiTech’s MusIQ™ Technology, which is designed to analyze the singer’s voice and add the most musically correct harmonies while offering real-time pitch correction and gender control. Featuring single-level programmability and five user defined voicing patches, the VL3D can be programmed on the fly without missing a note. The VL3D’s inputs include Midi In, Out/Thru, guitar or line level, and XLR.

Effects available with the VL3D include reverb (studio, room and hall) and a pre-effects section with warmth, compression, de-esser, and noise gate. Additionally, there are controls for Harmony Mix, and an A/B part selector with humanizing mix for dialing in precise gender effects.

Pricing & Availability
The DigiTech Vocalist VL3D Desktop Harmony Processor has an MSRP of $429.95 and is shipping in February 2009.
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