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TC-Helicon VoiceLive 3

Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceLive series

Public price: $799 incl. VAT
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«  Well worth the investment »

Published on 06/20/14 at 14:19
The manager now update the firm are is good, a publisher is a plus.

UTILIZATION

After a week, I toured the owner and I realize opportunities.
The doc is available in French but it is not essential to read everything or learn it by heart.
Editing is intuitive, hit the footswitch, the steps are very good ideas. The amount parameter is a little scary at first but it leaves a sacred flexibility to tweak the sounds.

SOUND QUALITY

Nothing to say about the voice, if a minimum is ensured, the camera makes a hundredfold quality it receives.
The clean sounds or a little warmer guitar are bluffing, for saturation it will be less obvious, but I saw (in the ear) very good things

OVERALL OPINION

Of course some racks studio (costing several thousand euros) may be more effective on some effects. 3 or 4 acolytes sound more human, etc..
But live, we always have the means, the singers are not arranged, a 2 is not in place while VoiceLive is always reliable and will not work in the recording studio.

I will not repeat a complete test there is a very full on this site but I will complete this review in a few weeks / months
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