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MIDI Sync added to VoiceLive 3

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Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceLive series

Public price: $799 incl. VAT

TC-Helicon pleases users of the VoiceLive 3 vocal and guitar processor with a firmware update that adds MIDI sync.

With the new firmware v1.2.02 build 187, you can now sync the tempo of voice/guitar delay effects, rhythms and loops of the VoiceLive 3 to an external MIDI clock. This feature is very convenient when using the processor with a DAW, a sequencer…

The firmware update also adds support to the new MP-76 mic equipped with 4 control buttons, new controls for the Switch-3/6, the ability to mix the looper in the NaturalPlay engine, the choose wether you want to play or not the metronome with the loop and to automatically enable harmonies when starting the Harmony Hold.

This new version also improves chord detection, Vocal Cancel feature, guitar tremolo (it is now independent from the global tempo or preset), and TC-Helicon cleaned the Setup menu from useless options.

You can read the full list of changes at www.tc-helicon.com. The update is available through the VoiceSupport software.

 

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