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NAMM 2014: TC Helicon VoiceSolo FX150 Vocal Processor
An all-in-one system, the VoiceSolo FX150 is a personal PA, vocal monitor, instrument amp and vocal reverb unit.
The outstanding vocal processing includes Vocal Tone, an intelligent EQ that adaprs automatically to your voice and adds compression, de-essing and geting to make your performance tight and professional.
There are 9 popular vocal reverb styles included, taken from the VoiceLive 3 vocal processor.
The VoiceSolo is easy to set up, with a one-click Friktion Grip system to mount it to your mic stand for all-round, all-sound control whilst on stage.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 23 Jan 2014 17:00 to category : Instruments News
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