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Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceLive series

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Published on 01/27/06 at 04:04
- The machine's arm and much of bttn Designed at the layout of the controls.
- Asked trs connection is complete, mic in, mic thru for MIDI, between line between instrument, phantom, limit etc ... BMOL only there is no ON / OFF button quickly but we forget that.

UTILIZATION

- Use of VoiceLive live in condition (given name) is friendly trs. I use it for over a year (30 concerts) and I've never lost in a program during a song. Once rgl rarely used more than 2-3 buttons at the bottom. Also controls are easy to mix ACCS to correct the balance quickly lead / harmony / instrument / master.
- Let us now SETTING THE machine. When you understand the logic of the select and the edition of Settings, everything depends on several catgories selectable by a knob. The section of the progamme SELECTING (Hamon, ...), effects section of gnrale VoiceLive (EQ, Gate, Compressor ...) and Section rglages advance (MIDI, etc. priph ...). It is comprehensive and easy trs.
- A good place also for all home-studioistes like me, you can bypass all the effects / harmony to just keep the section pramp / compressor / limiter plug a history of condenser microphone and record an acoustic guitar.

SOUND QUALITY

- The pramp / compressor / limiter is exceptional. I have several micro pramps as TL Audio, DBX etc ... and I must say that the VoiceLive is the height of them, even if not lamps.
- Section trs effects and honorable. The rverbs / delays etc. are of a quality irrprochable. The color effects without the voice dnaturer such a great Lexicon.
- Finally the performance of harmonies (up to 4 voices) are trsralistes (the processor is never wrong to Tone especially the function of flextime that produces an effect of latency and humanization.

OVERALL OPINION

The thing to know is that divergent opinions may be about the sound quality of VoiceLive. This is part of the quality of the microphone output is connected to what the industry and especially the person that sings into the microphone. Prfrez a condenser microphone as the Shure Beta 87A and do not ask the VoiceLive to sing you. As the famous English saying says "shit in, shit out", this applies also to VoiceLive. Someone who sings out of tune can never get anything out of the machine.
Now the skeptics who think the harmonies could disrupt the audiance, I reassure by saying that when the VoiceLive is the rgl publishing newsletters is unaware of any account that there are harmonies on a particular chorus. The only thing they hold is "Wow, she dchire this song !!!..."

Conclusion: this is the best pramp / processor for live vocals. One of my best investment. It's good, the good rev ...
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