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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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amanorian amanorian

«  TC HELICON CREATE XT »

Published on 04/04/12 at 03:50
Any type of quality effect

UTILIZATION

The manual is not clear especially for spending effects from 0 to 100.
Quick and easy setup.

SOUND QUALITY

The effects are of quality and especially the TONE function gives warmth to the voice. By staying on the effects were pre edited plenty to do.

OVERALL OPINION

Requisitioned for use in room 3 of poor quality. Rock band.
I read some of the difficulties concerning the singers feedback in room requisitioned with this pedal. I do not have any particular concerns. Simply adjust the effects level just right. It is still limited because the noise level of the group is high but overall I can easily manage feedback. Plugged into a PA system I played a microphone gain.
I do it again this choice. I am delighted with the product and result. This really brings more to the voice quality.
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