All user reviews for the TC-Helicon VoiceLive Play
sw80's review"great pitch correction"
The VoiceLive has no digital inputs and no digital outputs. Only XLR analog inputs and outputs for your vocals. If you need harmony to your voice or some pitch correction then you have came to the right place. The VoiceLive by Helicon will shock the heck out of you when you use it. It will provide you with clean and must have effects to your vocals that will take you from an amateur to a pro in no time.
It has a built in looper and a practice mode so you can work on your vocal accuracy until you can get better. The pitch correction is better than a lot of software pitch corrections that I have used, even some of the higher end ones like Auto Tune Evo.
All of the presets in VoiceLive are very good, some of them have multiple effects to them and you can press the hit switch then it will add some more effects to your voice. You can keep doing this to keep adding different and more effects to your voice. Just don’t get too carried away with too many effects because it can get sloppy fast. The practice mode is the best part of the device, it will show you your pitch and guide you to the right pitch. You will be able to see when your are off easily. It will help you become a better singer in no time. Even if you are not a singer and more of a instrument player who sings from time to time, this device can help you in so many ways.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Cocolyon's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Used 2 times and after an update nothing!"
The manual is not clear at all.
We can not add a live guitar, there is only one XLR input possible.
Product limit. For those who like to do loops, it is best to go on a Boss RC300.
I bought this in 2012, after two uses because I was the boss rc. Recently I wanted to update the firmware and, nothing on my TC helicon. The troubles begin, no after-sales service in French, after following with Google translator approaches, still nothing. My product is almost new but unusable because no solution to deliver a boot or firmware without going through the media center TC Helicon (English Safely! Soft and "support" does not detect my Voiceliveplay). Another product that will buy € 250 spent in the trash! By buying a foreign product, when all goes well this is good, but when everything goes wrong and good luck!
1 of 11 people found this review helpful
XLR connector - Stereo output - format pedal
The manual is gone in 5 minutes and that was enough to understand everything
Everything is easy in this module
One searches in vain the last carat with this type of module, but this is not its purpose. This little box allows especially a singer to hear more clearly in rehearsal or on stage and it does it very well. The presets can be used directly without the need to edit anything. This is made possible by the intrinsic base effects in the box. Better that tc helicon ringing immediately at a thing which is triturated for hours to get to say that it still does not ring as we would like ...
for 5 months, no regrets, lots of gain time to live
solid, easy and sounds good, what more?
10 of 13 people found this review helpful
Libertopanik's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not bad for the scene"
Well I'm not going to spread over the carractéristique because it is already simple and effective.
Use very very simple, indeed it is his strong point, the manual is a bit too short but it is not used in gene Verily it does nothing.
I use it again, on stage, practice carrying easy plug-in short, is essential in this machine.
I've tested several pedals of this type and I find it a perfect all my needs well recess is a matter of preference.
I tested the VE-20 at Boss, The Voice Live 1, Digitech Vocalist Live 4, TC Electronic Helicon Voice Tone Create XT is I found in the VLPs, qualitée, the simplicitée, the practice, the evolutionary, the key found in other well recess but it all together in a single pedal.
14 of 15 people found this review helpful
windigo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not really convincing"
On the side and impractical, a gain controller.
There are also two mic Room called good sense.
ON not be simpler, model finally within reach of everyone at TC Helicon.
Without documentation, immediately usable in its basic with Presets, editing is easy with lighted keys and a crystal clear display, plus everything is editable. on the other hand, updating firmware is imperative.
The effects are good on stage, but watch the gain setting. We really obtain the desired sound by refining, but in the studio, we prefer the racks Works, more, Voice and the excellent live or Harmony G XT. Guitar and keyboard are the best companions. The reverb, echo, Wall, Money is property, but not FX, typed Tune In, megaphones, spam, distortion, vocal guitar.
I fully discovered and exploited in a month, it's really good for a singer, but the Boss EV 20 is both more convenient and is in the same range and cheaper. I am fortunate to have much time in the range TC Helicon, Digitech, and Boss, I know these processors.
What I found good: well made sensitive microphones to three uses, the headphones without microphone effects, sound with an acoustic instrument, capturing the mood a lot relative to micro recorders .
Simple to use, publishing and parameters.
Alas here are the least numerous: Loops too short, look Cheap, Footswitch imperative, not the sound quality of the other brand, an immediate update
to do no better than a VE 20, therefore, too expensive, especially in hard GXT.Les harmonies too limited. Gain control misplaced and overly sensitive.
No switch, usual.
With experience and processors that I have not, if he fails, I do not rachèterais is a "toy" and this is my first disappointment, I hope that TC will do better in H next roll.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful