Serj Tankian Vocal Effects

TC-Helicon teams up with System of a Down singer to release presets for their vocal processors      21/08/12
Serj Tankian Vocal Effects


Earlier this year, TC-Helicon launched its 'Featured Artist of the Month' program, releasing free custom presets for its best-selling vocal processors and effects units made by some of the most exciting singers performing today.
For the month of August and following the worldwide release of his third solo album 'Harakiri', TC-Helicon has teamed up with versatile vocalist Serj Tankian, known for his ground-breaking work with System of a Down, to present eleven exclusive presets off the new album. The presets are free to download for all users of either VoiceLive 2, VoiceLive Rack, VoiceLive Touch, VoiceLive Play or VoiceLive Play GTX. Here's what TC has to say in their own words...
Historically, metal singers are known for pushing the envelope, and Serj Tankian is no exception. Joining the likes of Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and Joey Belladonna (Anthrax), Serj prefers TC-Helicon's VoiceLive Rack for his live vocals and in the studio. And when he is not using it for vocals, he runs flutes and other instruments through it for recording his upcoming side project 'Jazz-Iz-Christ'.
TC-Helicon is proud to present Serj Tankian as its Featured Vocal Artist for August. As a singer, poet, songwriter, activist, and composer, Serj Tankian has proven to be a creative powerhouse making this preset package all the more essential for singers, metal or not, looking to sound their best.
Furthermore, TC-Helicon will be celebrating Serj for an entire month on its Facebook page by giving away, among other things, a signed VoiceLive Rack unit and a pile of swag.
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