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Vocal Processor from TC-Helicon belonging to the VoiceWorks series

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« out dated now :( »

Published on 04/12/12 at 22:02
The TC Helicon Voice Works provides great clean vocal effects for your songs. No need to fish through all of your software effects if you can have it vintage style in hardware. Rack this thing up on your workstation . Don’t purchase this thinking that you can usb it up with your software though. You just flat out cant do that with this unit. I am not too sure why they didn’t make that available but maybe its because its older?
But we have used this several times and love using the chorus and reverb on a lot of the harmonies and backing vocals that we pan from side to side. If you use this right you can get some really clean and neat effects going on in your music..




UTILIZATION

Pretty simple to get up and running but not easy. I have been using these type of hardwares for almost 20 years so I fully understand how to use them. So hoping from one to the next really isn’t that difficult once you get 1 down you pretty much know them all.


SOUND QUALITY

The pitching on here really didn’t stick out to me though, Software pitch correction is way better than this unit could every be. You just don’t have as much control in pitch correction with this rack able unit. But as far is the chorus , flange and reverb go, its perfect! But if you are looking for great pitch correction don’t get this unit. The issue is that there are so many softwares out there that can do what this can do now.


OVERALL OPINION

Times have changed and I don’t see the need to purchase this unless you are all hardware and down plan on switching over to digital (which I don’t think that many people are using all hardware anymore) But all in all this is a classic voice processor and still gets a thumbs up from me.
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