TC-Helicon Announces VoiceLive 3 Extreme

New version of the VoiceLive 3 adds FX automation and backing track import features      14/04/15

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TC-Helicon has announced the VoiceLive 3 Extreme – described as a powerful new version of their 2014 flagship processor, VoiceLive 3, which adds complete FX automation, backing track import and 24-bit audio recording. This is the story in their own words...

When TC-Helicon introduced VoiceLive 3 in 2014, it heralded a revolution in processing for singers with the first combination of truly professional vocal and guitar FX in one box. With VoiceLive 3 Extreme (VL3X), the bar is set even higher!

Much more than a simple upgrade, VL3X has 4 times the built-in memory for loops and adds backing-track storage. With a groundbreaking FX automation feature, all synchronized to the audio, VL3X offers creative performers and singers complete freedom to connect and interact with their audiences – while complex vocal and guitar FX changes run effortlessly by themselves.

Add to that 24-bit stereo recording via a connected USB flash drive, along with import/export of loops and backing tracks via USB and VL3X becomes the one essential product for any singing musician who wants to take his/her performance to an new level of sound and control.

Main Features

  • Complete professional vocal and guitar FX paths, with next-gen Harmony processing and TC Electronic TonePrint sounds
  • 4x internal memory of VoiceLive 3 with USB import/export of loops
  • Backing-track import with fully synchronized FX automation and recall per preset
  • Performance Recorder allows live 24-bit audio recording to a USB flash drive.
  • Powerful 3-phrase looping lets you create and store entire songs on-the-fly


Pricing and Availability:

Available: Late May 2015

Price:  $799.99 US Estimated Price / £589 UK SSP / 799 € EUR SSP

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