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Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceLive series

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Published on 12/02/11 at 17:31
Multi effects ddi voice as with the quality pdalier TC HELICON: compressor, limiter, eq, gate, reverb, chorus, and the famous harmonizer ... almost everything is paramtrable - output stereo out - exit direct out - SPDIF out - noon - possibility to connect a volume pedal directly above -

UTILIZATION

Configuration page by page on a small screen - all the parameters are for short, pull out the instructions - for beginners, user manual and necessary knowledge required minimum vocabulary pro!

SOUND QUALITY

I have not found the stunning effects and presets are not great, you really work out big sound, once it is understood the stuff unleash his potential "it's no mystery helicon

OVERALL OPINION

I kept it a year and then sold, not suited my needs (no need for the harmonizer), good stuff for the pro scene but not enough (at the reverbs) for the studio - Creation of bank long tedious - The sound is good after 15 minutes setting (when you know the stuff!) Preciset Everything is very customizable. In the end I find it too complex for a beginner, not in the range to the pro, useless in the studio, the destiny scene for semi-pros!
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