You've worked hard to create a vocal sound that's all your own, but leaving your live sound in the hands of others is hit and miss. Now you can make your sound engineer, your audience and your band sm... Read More
You've worked hard to create a vocal sound that's all your own, but leaving your live sound in the hands of others is hit and miss. Now you can make your sound engineer, your audience and your band smile with high-quality vocal processing that starts at the stage and is exclusively under your control with TC-Helicon VoiceTone pedals for singers.
The VoiceTone Correct pedal's studio-quality sound, ready-for-action construction, and unobtrusive size let you carry it along with your favorite mic to the gig, whether it's a club or a concert hall. And operation couldn't be easier. You'll get the sound you want in seconds, instantly boosting your performance the very first night you use a VoiceTone pedal. Up to now, only the most successful singers have taken their producer, live engineer and vocal coach on the road, but now it's your turn to bring your vocal posse with you and ensure that your message--your sound--is heard.
Take control of your live sound
Feel like you're wrestling with others over your sound? From the moment you plug your mic into a VoiceTone vocal processing pedal, you're in control of the tone and effects on your voice. When you sing through VoiceTone Create and Correct pedals you're saying, "This is my sound, don't mess with it!"
Enjoy Complete Quality
Quality can be witnessed in every aspect of the VoiceTone design. Studio caliber audio algorithms, transparent converters and fastidious analog audio design lead to a smooth sound that makes you want to sing your best while your fans get, well, fanatic. It just wouldn't be enough to make products that sound this good without making sure they stand up to the rough treatment they're going to get onstage or kicking around a rehearsal room floor.
Live Engineer and Correction-in-a-pedal
The nicest and most simpatico sound engineer you will ever meet is inside VoiceTone Correct. It combines pitch correction with tone and dynamic shaping that put a recorded gloss on live singing. Sensing algorithms developed at TC-Helicon automatically adjust the recording industry techniques of multiband EQ, compression and de-essing for you, so you get the best sound with the least amount of effort.
Partner your new sound with auto-chromatic pitch correction which helps you sing more in tune, much like a metronome helps for playing in time. The miniaturization of sound engineers and vocal coaches was a challenge, but the results will surely impress you and your audience!
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I know a great deal about guitar effects, but this was my first purchase of a major vocal effects processor. All I can say is WOW! I have a very strong voice and a very good sense of pitch and tone. I sing many different styles from punk/pop/folk all the way to Metal. This takes my vocals to the next level - and sounds very natural while doing so. It's very easy to use and it's pretty much "set and forget" with the adaptive settings. It's seems like the tonal quality of my vocals that I hear in my own head are now coming thru the monitors - instead of sounding 'different' or flat. I can now control my vocal sound based on the room or venue that I play, and what's more is that it has Pitch Correction built in! (Don't get this confused with Hard-Tune - you will not sound like T-Pain with this product .. if you are looking for that over-processed sound go with the TC Helicon VoiceTone CreateXT). I use the pitch correction when I want my vocals to be further enhanced and sound doubled after the verses when I am singing the chorus of the song. This pedal is also made with a solid casing and the metal stomp-buttons are very road-worthy. I cannot say enough good things about this product - and every vocalist needs one whether they use it live or in the studio.
A solid built unit, excellent instruction manual. I spent 10 minutes in the book and 5 minutes fiddling with it only to find the adaptive settings are the best. This unit adds a tube like warmth to your vocals, excellent pitch correction and the compressor is stellar! Highest recommendations!
Bought one of these around Christmas,'09. Tried it on the band's lead singer/guitarist. We liked it so much I got two more to pump up the rest of our singers. With pitch correction and straight signal together, it sounds like a nice chorus/doubler effect.
I wasn't sure if I was buying the right unit but after plugging in and giving it a test run, I am happy about the improved vocal quality and richness in the sound. The voice correct feature is subtle but noticebly improves my weak vocals. Not blessed with a powerful voice, this unit bumps things up and gives me more confidence, especially on those long ending phrases and notes. It should help our three piece band that needs all the help we can get on vocals, not having a strong front man singer. I'm trying to figure out a better way to view the unit while playing and singing. It's almost impossible to sing through the mike and be able to see what the meters are doing on the unit.
I purchased this about a month ago and the more I use it, the more I like it. I have a Fender acoustasonic amp and Sure Beta 58a mic that I use with it. So far I have kept the settings at 12 o'clock and have been really impressed with the sound. I play mostly acoustic guitar and tend to sing on the soft side. I have an "average" voice and the processor really adds depth to my vocals. They definitely sound a lot warmer. I also like the pitch correction feature. You need to be close to pitch or it's not going to be that helpful (you can still sound out of tune even using pitch correction). However, as long as you are close to pitch, the correction is subtle and very helpful. I record with a Tascam DP01 and my recordings sound noticeably better using the vocal processor. You do need to make sure the input is at least half way up. If it's too low, the pitch correction sounds terrible and it doesn't process your voice as well. I haven't used it live yet, but for practicing and recording, I have been impressed and think it is well worth the cost!
TC Helcicon has done a great job of putting an engineer into little metal box. This will not turn a horrible singing into a good one but it will add warmth and depth to vocals. I use this with everything at the twelve o'clock position with a cheapo microphone and it sounds better than the shure 58 being used by the female backup! Recommnend this to anyone wanting to know how they would sound if a professional engineer came and setup thier vocal mix.