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TC-Helicon VoiceLive

Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceLive series

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Published on 08/28/04 at 02:52
The machine directs Live but taking an important place in a home studio is a clean multi purpose intended primarily to treatment of the voice.
The effects available are mostly like effects pitchshifting-shaping and forming additions to the choir. But the creature also provides us with the tools essential for the proper multi effect today and an unspeakable REVERB TC it is so fine ...

The shipping is possible through the menus of the machine but also controllable via a MIDI connection squenceur and installs on the rear face of the unit.

The connection quality is a surprisingly strong and effective analog numrique both input and output ... On the menu, MIDI (IN OUT THROUGH) between instrument, microphone jack or XLR with phantom, output jack or XLR, SPDIF, in short, nothing but good stuff ...

UTILIZATION

The edition is quite simple at first even if the control by noon becomes essential to exploit the resources of the beast.

The manual is a little too succinct, but contains nanmoins the foundation for good ncssaires enter into Contents ...

SOUND QUALITY

The effects are surprising in their quality (yum reverb TC)
I use the critter with a Shure Beta 58 in between, all out of a mixer Berhinger which starts in a M-AUDIO firewire ... The limiter integrated voice allows me to live without the PBX I plaais in insert portion of the micro ...
The phantom power of live voice and its SPDIF I probably will in the future to record with a condenser microphone AKG without going through the mixing desk ... Amliorant so I think the quality of the incoming signal into the sound card ... What a joy ... I look forward to my guitar to test the possibilities of live voice and his instrument between ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use the live voice for 2 days and I can not do without dj ...
I tried one module of the same type of home DIGITECH, but you have to compare what is comparable ... :-D
Nothing to see l. ..
One small snag in my ecstasy howler: Food on a wire and the absence of ON OFF button ... I definitely prefer an external transformer of this type of device, but the apparent solidity of the creature invites me to have confidence in the power supply '...

I would do if this choice? Without hsiter ...

I will return mail a notice much in the weeks ahead Retailer
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