TC HELICON VOICETONE DOUBLE
TC Helicon VoiceTone Double Vocal Effects Pedal
Imagine a vocal pedal that creates up to four humanized overdubs – live! With TC-Helicon’s VoiceTone Double, overdubbed vocals can be “tight and intimate” or “loose and lively”. Double, with its timeless combination of natural and effected doubling, finally makes live vocals sound like the CD.
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.
Each pedal in the VoiceTone line have a unique purpose, yet they compliment each other perfectly. Their studio quality sound, ready-for-action construction and unobtrusive size let you carry them 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, back-up singers 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 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.