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TC-Helicon Create XT
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TC-Helicon Create XT

Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceTone series.

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Drive8 Drive8

«  Super multi-effects for singing! »

Published on 05/16/13 at 01:57
In a nice metal case (sturdy and compact), there is a bit of everything including a singer may need: compressor, de-esser, reverbs, delays, ... + Doubler, chorus, flanger, hard-tune, megaphone ...

UTILIZATION

This pedal is very complete and the interface / buttons is not super intuitive. But the presets are top and we finally found how to navigate the pre-recorded styles.

SOUND QUALITY

I took it for reverb and delay and there, nothing to say, it is excellent. Practical or necessary for concerts in small venues.
There is a 48v phantom power included.

OVERALL OPINION

Bought a few days ago to 129 euros in the universe. At that price, you can transform an average song (my case) in a great voice, clear and crystalline. Overall an excellent purchase.
Pros: all built-in effects are very good, can store its own presets, A / B button allows two foot switchable sounds, tap tempo, the USB interface.
The least: settings not very intuitive. Even with the manual under the eyes, it is not obvious at first. An integrated and it was the holy grail effect "harmony."
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