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VoiceLive (EUR 840 retail ex. VAT/GBP 579 RRP) puts the most popular vocal tools within "reach" during live performances and it is designed for singers who want complete control of their sound on stage. Included with the VoiceLive comes a CD with sample audio tracks, fourteen how-to videos, the product manual, and direct links to TC Support Interactive...

June 7, 2004

Unveiled for the first time at the recent Musikmesse show, TC Helicon's VoiceLive vocal floor processor is now shipping worldwide.

VoiceLive (EUR 840 retail ex. VAT/GBP 579 RRP) puts the most popular vocal tools within "reach" during live performances and it is designed for singers who want complete control of their sound on stage. Included with the VoiceLive comes a CD with sample audio tracks, fourteen how-to videos, the product manual, and direct links to TC Support Interactive.

In addition to harmony, correction, and doubling algorithms from TC-Helicon's VoiceWorks, VoiceLive features EQ, compression, delay and reverb algorithms developed by TC Electronic. Processing is easily controlled using eight footswitches, various switch-modes and an optional expression pedal.

VoiceLive's input and output architecture is designed with a range of stage setups in mind. Solo artists benefit from an instrument input for effects and mixing straight to their PA. Live sound engineers will appreciate the hard-wired mic thru output for Front of House control and redundancy. VoiceLive is also equipped with a mic preamp, 48V phantom power and a voice optimized soft Limiter(VOS).

Videos from the VoiceLive tutorial CD are also available online.

For more information, visit their web site at www.tc-helicon.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004