TC Helicon VoiceLive Rack
TC Helicon has announced its VoiceLive Rack Vocal Effects Package and Mic Channel.
VoiceLive Rack is based on the effects engine that also powers TC-Helicon units like VoiceLive Touch and VoiceLive 2, which means that various types of effects for vocals are covered: µMod (detune, chorus, flange), Echo & Delay, Reverb, Harmony, HardTune & Correction, Doubling, Transducer (distortion & megaphone), Rhythmic (stutter, tremolo, etc.) and Tone (Adaptive EQ, compression, de-esser, etc.).
Included MP-75 Microphone
VoiceLive Rack comes with a TC-Helicon MP-75 microphone that allows the singer to control the effects of VoiceLive Rack directly from the microphone. VoiceLive Rack can also be controlled via a footswitch.
Program and Recall
VoiceLive Rack comes with 238 presets, but there is memory for 400 presets in total.
VoiceLive Rack can generate vocal harmonies controlled by a real-time, analog signal by a guitar, with MIDI data from a keyboard or by setting key and scale.
VoiceLive Rack Features
• MP-75 Microphone with integrated control switch included.
• Based on the VoiceLive 2 and VoiceLive Touch effects engine.
• Microphone preamp with digital control for storing gain settings.
• 238 Factory Presets.
• Memory for 400 presets.
Available: October 2011
Price: $799 USD Estimated price / €799 EUR SSP
VoiceLive Rack online: tc-helicon.com/voicelive-rack
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