NAMM 2016: Easy-To-Use Vocal Processor

TC-Helicon Perform-V attaches to your mic stand and polishes your vocal sound      21/01/16

Buying Choices

TC-Helicon is releasing Perform-V described as its most intuitive and straightforward vocal processor to date and or anyone serious about singing, but unfamiliar with how to get a professional vocal sound. This is what they have to say about it...

Designed to remove the obstacles that singers typically face in performance, Perform-V lets vocalists focus entirely on their performance by providing easy control of tried-and-true vocal sounds while it expertly polishes the production values via intelligent Tone functions (Adaptive EQ, Compression, De-essing and Gating), automatic mic input gain, pitch correction and anti-feedback algorithms.

Using Perform-V is as simple as plugging in a mic, and it snaps directly onto the mic stand - just where a singer needs it.

For singers wanting to go beyond the essential sounds included in the box, TC-Helicon offers  hundreds of iconic vocal sounds for free download, using sister company TC Electronic's  proprietary technology (known from their TonePrint® app) to "beam" presets directly from a smartphone to Perform-V, without the need for accessories or even a wireless/Bluetooth connection.


Perform-V  Main Features

  • Essential set of classic vocal effects, including 4 Reverb, 4 Echo, and 4 Double types
  • Smartphone integration. "Beam" additional vocal effects, including harmonies, HardTune, and megaphone, via free app for iOS/Android
  • Powerful Anti-Feedback function
  • Visual Pitch meter. Helps improve vocal technique and train the ear






Pricing and Availability:
$199.99 US / £145 UK / 199 € EUR

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