Have you seen the new TC Helicon VoiceLive Play portable vocal processor?

Have you seen the new TC Helicon VoiceLive Play portable vocal processor? It’s a powerful, intuitive stompbox-style tool for singers and songwriters, with a simple interface and professional-quality effects that make any singer sound fantastic.

VoiceLive Play incorporates effects from our award-winning VoiceLive series of processors, including intelligent harmony generation, reverb, echo, doubling, HardTune and more. And because it’s from TC Helicon it has other tools for singers like adaptive Tone feature, automatic Level Control and anti-feedback functions that make you sound great even in less than ideal circumstances.

With an iPod or other MP3 player input you can use VoiceLive Play to play along with your favorite songs while you sing. Use the Auxiliary Input to connect a guitar or keyboard if you want to accompany yourself as well.

VoiceLive Play has an LCD display and three footswitches that allow you to navigate through the presets and effects parameters easily. It includes over 200 factory presets in categories like Pop/Rock Ballads, Pop/Rock Lead Vocals, Country/Blues Lead Vocals and R&B Soul Lead Vocals that are designed by top producers and engineers for singers of different genres.

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Have you seen the new TC Helicon VoiceLive Play portable vocal processor? This amazing little device is the first truly portable multi-effects unit that’s dedicated to vocals. It has a built-in MP3 player, so it’s perfect for rehearsal and practice, and it can also be used as a live vocal effects processor. One of the coolest features is the ability to use the built-in looper to create looped phrases on the fly, which can then be layered in with your voice to create some incredibly cool backing tracks.

Other features include 100+ vocal effects with control over wet/dry mix, Harmony, Doubling, Reverb, Delay, HardTune, Flanger, Chopper and many more; factory presets from popular music styles; and hundreds of user presets available online from other users or TC Helicon artists. The VoiceLive Play retails for $299.99 (MAP) and will be available starting in December 2010.

Have you seen the new TC Helicon VoiceLive Play portable vocal processor? This is an awesome little unit that goes a long way to solving live sound issues for singers. It has a built-in mic preamp, compressor, de-esser, 3 band EQ, and a solid reverb/delay processor.

The unit also allows you to control the harmonies that are generated by the voice processor. You can select the key of your song and then generate up to two harmony voices either above or below your lead vocal.

In addition it has a vocal effects section where you can choose between various styles of distortion, megaphone, radio or telephone effect. And finally it has a guitar effects section that can simulate acoustic or electric guitar sounds with chorus and modulation effects for each sound type.

I’m going to see some friends in Austin, TX this weekend and I’m looking forward to checking out the new TC Helicon VoiceLive Play portable vocal processor. It’s a brand new product from TC-Helicon that provides a great performance tool for singers and songwriters.

I’ve used their products in the past. I owned their VoiceWorks processor about 5 years ago when I used to sing in an 80s techno band called The Elite Gentlemen (don’t ask). We were decent – a bunch of guys who liked to drink beer and play music, but not really any good.

We were all inspired by bands like Yazoo, Depeche Mode and Erasure but our songs sounded more like Devo than anything else. I don’t know why – it was just what we did! And we didn’t have the best singer either, so we relied on the VoiceWorks quite a bit to improve his vocals.

It was an amazing product that helped us create some pretty awesome soundscapes with our songs.

The TC Helicon VoiceLive Play is a new vocal effects processor featuring Adaptive Tone and NaturalPlay. It’s the first in the VoiceLive Series to offer a Hands-Free option. The VoiceLive Play features over 100 presets, specifically designed by top artists and producers. It features a built-in looper and USB audio I/O for recording.

The TC Helicon VoiceLive Play has Adaptive Tone, which automatically adjusts compression, EQ and de-essing as you sing; so you don’t have to worry about it. This is a major feature for singers who want control of their vocal sound but don’t necessarily know how to get there. The unit also has NaturalPlay harmony technology, which allows you to strum the appropriate chord on a guitar or keyboard connected to the unit to trigger harmonies that follow the melody of your performance.

The VoiceLive Play includes USB audio I/O for connection to software such as Ableton Live, Cubase, GarageBand or ProTools, as well as support for Mac/PC recording with included software.

In the 1980s, vocalists were left out of the technology revolution that swept the recording industry. With the advent of MIDI and sampling, electronic instruments became more powerful, smaller and easier to use. But for singers, the options were limited.

Electric guitars got distortion pedals and synthesizers got vocoders, but singers were stuck with a microphone and a compressor. The TC-Helicon VoiceLive Play vocal processor aims to change all that.

VoiceLive Play is designed for singers who want to add effects to their live performances without needing an engineer to run them. With VoiceLive Play, you can create vocal harmonies in real time, loop parts of your performance and add effects like reverb or pitch correction. You can even use it with your guitar if you want to play and sing at the same time.

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