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Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer

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Roland VT-3

Vocal Processor from Roland belonging to the AIRA series.

Another component of the new AIRA series, the VT-3 offers real-time vocal processing including pitch and formant alteration.

The VT-3 is designed to let you easily create contemporary vocal effects that feature everything from auto-pitch to glitches, robot voices, and even singing synth sounds.  It comes with a flexible array of inputs including a XLR/TRS combo jack with phantom power and an 1/8”  mic jack with plug-in power, allowing for both live and studio connection options.

VT-3 FEATURES

  • Pop and electro sounds with two distinctive Auto-Pitch effects
  • Create VP-330-style Vocoder sounds without the need for a keyboard
  • Scatter function for glitchy effects that sound like something’s broken (in a good way)
  • Lo-fi character via Megaphone and Radio settings
  • Synthetic sounding voices with the Robot button
  • Synth, Lead, and Bass settings for synths you can sing
  • Smooth control with dedicated Pitch and Formant sliders
  • Large dedicated Reverb and Mix Balance sliders
  • Save three favorite settings for instant recall
  • Connect an optional footswitch for additional control in live performances
  • Pure green LEDs and brightly lit controls for great visibility
  • Lightweight and durable construction for easy portability
  • Standard XLR/TRS combo jack (with phantom power) and 1/8-inch mic jack (with plug-in power)
  • Stereo outputs can be configured as separate mono wet/dry channels
  • Built-in USB audio interface with loopback recording to overdub vocals on existing tracks
  • Great for podcasts and live web streaming
  • Powered by USB bus or included AC adapter

The VT-3 is expected to be available in March of 2014. While definitive prices have yet to be announced, but early indications are that it will street for around $199.

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