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[NAMM] VoiceTone Harmony-G XT Upgrade

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TC-Helicon Harmony-G XT

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

Harmony-G XT now adds Auto-Chromatic Pitch Correction – available as a free download for all Harmony-G XT owners.

The update is available free via TC-Helicon’s VoiceSupport application using Harmony-G XT’s USB connector. The update will be available in January.

For more on VoiceSupport click: www.tc-helicon.com/voicesupport

According to TC Helicon, these are the new features in VoiceTone Harmony-G XT…
• Auto-Chromatic pitch correction gives perfect pitch every time
• Improved NaturalPlay guitar-controlled harmony algorithm
• Front-of-house quality reverb algorithm and selection of styles from VoiceLive 2
• Selection of four overdub-style doubling effects with two more doubling voices available
• Reworked FX presets offer even more utility across music styles
• USB connection for easy software updates, tips, and preset backup using the included
VoiceSupport applet
• Adaptive harmony gate added to Tone for a cleaner mix
• Easy manual selection of Scale & Key for singers without an instrument or horn players
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