The TC-Helicon VoiceLive on the iPad
TC-Helicon has launched on the AppStore a new multitrack recorder, multi-effect and looper app for vocalists on the iPad.
The VoiceJam Studio app can be considered as a mobile version of the TC-Helicon VoiceLive 3 vocal hardware processor. It features 50 effects from TC-Helicon, with real time control of the vocal signal path: Hardtune, gender bending, chorus, flanger, transducer, distortion, reverb, echo, delay, doubler, micromod…
You can also record 4 loop tracks with up to 8 minutes per loop. The app automatically syncs the loops to the beat and can even sync to external MIDI devices, so you can use the VoiceJam Studio with your favorite controllers and sound generators.
Last, TC-Helicon takes advantage of the iPad capacities to offer a video and audio recorder, so you can create your clips and share them directly to SoundCloud and YouTube.
- Up to 4 independent stereo loops
- Up to 8 minutes per loop
- Unlimited overdubs
- Video and multitrack audio recorder
- Share music/video on YouTube and SoundCloud
- Compatible with Audiobus and inter-app audio
- MIDI sync
- Multiple level undo/redo
- Multiple playback and sync modes
- Metronome with multiple sounds
- Pan and Level controls per track
- 50 effects included
- Fade in/out automation
The VoiceJam Studio is available at the AppStore for the iPad with iOS 7.1 and later. It has an introductory price of 8.99€ / $9.99.
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