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Musikmesse 2011: TC-Helicon Announce New Vocal Effects Pedals
TC-Helicon announces three new VoiceTone Single vocal effects pedals: H1, E1 and X1 at this years Musikmesse show held in Frankfurt.
TC-Helicon offers its renowned vocal harmony to a wider audience with VoiceTone H1, a two part vocal harmony processor combining NaturalPlay guitar control and key/scale operation to allow vocalists of any musical background to get lush sounding background vocals.
The NaturalPlay harmony algorithms come directly from TC-Helicon's flagship vocal processor VoiceLive 2, so there is no compromise on sonic quality.
Controlling VoiceTone H1 is truly simple allowing singers to select from eight voicing combinations, then set harmony mix and choose between guitar control using the guitar pass-thru input or selecting a key and scale.
In addition VoiceTone E1 and X1 deliver a pair of effects that add vocal ear-candy to any performance.
VoiceTone E1 gives any vocalist simple access to delays and echos used in hit music production.
Slapback, Echo, Tap Echo and FX styles can easily be selected and then tuned with the Feedback and Analog controls. Singers can tap song tempo and turn the effect on and off with the footswitch.
Alternatively, on/off function can be operated with the Mic Control switch found on the optional MP-75 Modern Performance vocal microphone.
VoiceTone X1 borrows technology from TC-Helicon's infamous Transducer block to emulate the sounds of telephones, distortions and amps to make vocals stand out in a mix.
Each style can be tuned with dedicated Drive and Filter controls. It too can be controlled using the Mic Control feature of the MP-75 microphone.Posted on 5 Apr 2011 10:06 to category : Instruments News
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