John D. Occhipinti
I know there was another thread where the TC Helicon Livewire 3 and Izotope Nectar 2 were discussed, but was hoping to get anyones' thoughts or feedback on this particular rack mount version of the Voicelive.
i stopped by guitar center today to ask them how to set up my tc helicon and this is what they've told me;
use a 1/4 cable wire and connect that from the line input of the tc helicon into the line input of the preamp. connect a dual 1/4 cable wire into the balanced outputs (LEFT/Right) of the tc helicon and into the PreSonus firebox audio interface 3 / 4.
guess what? it still does not work.i figured that line-in doesn't go into line in. so i switched from line in to line out. but still no success.
I recently purchased a TC Helicon VoiceWorks for use in our live show. We mostly play at smaller clubs and venues that rarely have a top notch PA, but all the same, we are obsesive about our sound/clarity/tone. We wanted a solid vocal sound that we could take with us where ever we play...
If your not familiar with the Voice Works, its a vocal effects unit that has a mic preamp/compressor/eq/chorus/delay-reverb as its chaing (among other features).
The deal is: the outs are BALANCED 1/4... (aka TRS) and its a Low-Z output (40 ohms).
I have a TC Helicon voice Prismplus...and I am currently using
it to lay down some voice tracks for a flash cartoon that I designed.
Has anyone used the TC Helicon Voice Prism? I have been to their official website (quite a while ago), and I have seen a hand full of rave reviews, but I'd like to see what you guys think.
Briefly, it's a voice processor with lots of cool bells and whistles. It apparently does it's job better than other similar tools. It's fairly portable so it can be used live or in the studio.
No rush folx, I won't be buying equipment for a while yet. My wife just really seems hell-bent on this thing and I want to make sure it's not a waste of my hard earned dollar! :)