TC Helicon ships VoicePro

Sing like a dog - sound like an angel      04/07/05
TC Helicon ships VoicePro


TC Electronic having made guitarists happy with the release of G-System and VPD1, TC-Helicon now aims to keep egos of singers intact with the announcement that VoicePro is now shipping:

"TC-Helicon, world-leader in vocal processing technology, announces the immediate availability of the professional vocal processor VoicePro. Designed to save time and inspire broadcasters, music producers, and post production engineers, VoicePro constitutes a revolutionary approach to producing and processing every thinkable aspect of the human voice. VoicePro is the perfect tool for enhancing character, pitch & time shift effects, special FX, correction, harmony and doubling, as well as any other application where getting the perfect voice is paramount. Integrating VoicePro in any studio setting is possible with 24/96 analog and multi-channel AES/EBU digital I/O. VoicePro is shipping now at EUR 2495 retail ex. VAT.

In conjunction with VoicePro shipping, TC-Helicon provides a free downloadable software editor by PSI Craft for the new vocal processor. The Mac/PC editor, provided by PSI Craft, can be loaded as a VST plug-in or stand-alone application. The editor requires a MIDI device to communicate with VoicePro and features full control over all preset and utility parameters in VoicePro, as well as preset management. VoicePro users can soon download the editor from www.tc-helicon.com/editors."

More info at:-

  • www.tc-helicon.com

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