TC-Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2
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TC-Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2

VoiceLive Touch 2, Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon in the VoiceLive series.

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Rozwell05/16/2014

Rozwell's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good!"

TC-Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2
See the doc builder, for information, a user guide with a series of short videos on Youtube is available, it is really perfect to understand more quickly the beast.
I have 1 VoiceLive Touch the name, which was great, then I kiffe more.
Given the price of secondhand one, I keep it, and it makes me very good multi-effects 2!

UTILIZATION

The added on 2 screen is bigger, more info, everything is clearer and deeper, it is disconcerting ease!

SOUND QUALITY

I loved the one I love even more the two, with a pedal twelve o'clock FCB 1010, the new looper becomes downright bargain. I have tested more new MIDI implementation, but a priori it should do what I want!
The sounds are better, more effects, and it sounds serious.
Ok sounds are typed, it may do very digital, but there may still work well sound!

OVERALL OPINION

24 hours, so I was the one that I care, and I 2, great! :)
dworek09/03/2013

dworek's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not convinced"

TC-Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2
I will not describe the characteristics they are findable anywhere on the net.

UTILIZATION

This is a product that, when you look at the many videos on the net, really makes you want. It comes to mind thousands of ideas just by watching the videos on the net.
This is undoubtedly true, but since there is a but, this little gem is not allowed to tame as easily as it sounds.
And do not rely on the doc for help. If, like me, you are quite new to the field of effects I suggest you try before you buy. I truly hassle since I have. Too complicated for me, no documentation to help you or so succinct that it is crying. Besides, I am very surprised not to find tutorials on the internet. Demos mess but never tutorials!
The demos, which are often of very good quality are made, often by pros, they are real ad for the product.
So do not think that overnight you will do the same.
It's like a new musical instrument, we must learn, work and have a minimum of talent to master.
Even at the level of the connection is not clear, I am new and I have no intention of becoming a pro sound.

SOUND QUALITY

I use an electro-acoustic guitar Takamine TH90 with a Neumann mic KMS105.
I am looking for a clear sound.
The effects obtained are difficult to obtain without a long apprenticeship. Of course there are a bunch of pre-programmed effects, but it is never the right thing. If you want to tweak an effect must be entered into the heart of the system. I find myself no longer play music but to tap all the time on this machine without ever really get the sound I want. Honestly I was looking for something that gives me more in my music and in the end I think it completely distorts what I do. Sounds lose their natural and are too electronic for me. I'm far from mastering the machine so probably it is possible to get much better than what I'm doing but frankly bored me to spend my time looking for a setting rather than making music.

OVERALL OPINION

I bring here a very personal opinion. I expected much better. I think I made a mistake in buying the unit. I was not looking for a product with millions of effects, but something that improves my sound and my voice. It is not made for that. It's a nice toy but with which I quickly bored.
firestrat05/19/2013

firestrat's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Nice"

TC-Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2
Everything has already been said on the subject on Audiofanzine including a full test!
But if this is what we need can find:

Installation: mounting on a mic stand or as a desktop (rubber feet)
Touch Matrix Cursor FX Bar, Hit Button, Tap Tempo, tone module with Adaptive EQ
Compressor, Gate and de-esser, flanging and other effects, Clash, Chorus, Delays, Reverb
Harmony with a maximum of four singers, chorus, double and transducers
Pitch correction by automatic height detection
XLR microphone input
XLR line output
2x 6.3 mm jack line outputs (L / R)
Aux input / guitar and parallel output jack 6.3mm
Pedal input
MIDI
Output 3.5 mm stereo mini headphone
Included power supply
Dimensions: 230 x 180 x 100 mm (H x

UTILIZATION

I had just before it VoiveLive the touch, so I'm familiar with, but is useful without further notice!
Very easy to grip

SOUND QUALITY

Having had the previous model, and always with the VoiceLive 2 (as well as the play but it is less well), I found myself lost (and a little disappointed) because I could not find my favorite presets that I found in All other brand model!
But taking the time it takes to test the factory presets, I've realized that it's very powerful, especially for corrections (very useful for me because I sang out of tune and it is also why I buy all new hoping for a miracle that never happens!) much more natural (the two live with her last updated find the same types of effects but I have not tested).
Result: Excellent, although I am convinced that I can see a small part of its capabilities, which will be better with the update coming!

OVERALL OPINION

How long do you use:
I use it for two weeks, I've programmed my patches for my future concert of June, and I'll see what it really is.

Have you tried many other models before getting this one:
I had the touch live, I live the two live and play

Most: Roomsense that allows me to be guided to the harmonies without having to plug my guitar (I'm guitarist), or need a sequencer / piano.

Least: a diode for the selected patch is a favorite!

price / quality ratio, a little expensive, so average.