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Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceLive series

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Published on 12/29/05 at 10:10
Ds opening the package, it couraging that the construction is bttn while mtallique, protection of rear connections, the buttons pdalier.
Question connections have everything you need to, midi, analog mono and stro ...
The set is very well dimensioned, but not too emcombrant trs clear.

UTILIZATION

The overview is really easy to pRSET ACCS mode. Select the 99 presets foot or wheel. we can immediately accder all styles of pRSET, sounds, choirs rverbs ....
If like me you try to directly edit the presets, you get lost almost immediately!
My advice ... Unplug it, and on again with the manual in your hands!
The tutorial is excellent, with clear exercises and tips to humanize all parameter. As if the presets were voluntarily EXAGRES t, and the manual explains how to rev much more natural.

SOUND QUALITY

Once we know possible parameters (very many since everything is ditable for the lead voice and 4 voice choirs!) The rsultats quickly become trs imprsionnants!
The sound quality seems really good rev, it lacks a pre-qualisation fast (but may be I have yet to find!)
I use an SM58 with VoiceLive is adchire.
* Question musical style, they told me to do just fine c'tait Bon Jovi, but APRS one week of practice, I can tell you it's not the case dutout!

OVERALL OPINION

It's the ball! You just have to force yourself to take the time to follow the tutorial and do the exercises on offer, to get the matriser bte!
The original presets are many Obviously (99) and a little ridiculous, but you quickly edit Aprende (really super fast once you get familiar with all custom settings to availability).. In one work a bit Sometimes really humanize the chorus is imprssionnant.
For hsitants like me, going there is worth it!

The reverb is good quality and trs couple with an SM58, a report gives a warm and friendly vraimant.
More info in the weeks ahead, carj'ai not yet Explor @ +
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