Need advice - Which Voice Processor to buy?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Tomson, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. Tomson

    Tomson Guest


    If anyone can help me out. I'm looking for a good voice processor, and I'm not really familiar wich are the good ones.

    I need it for live, on stage playing clarinet and saxophone.

    I was checking out TC Helicon vocal processors, they have a few of them, so if anyone could help me out a little.


    Should I go for the VoicePro, or are others, less expensive good enough?

    Helicon products seems to be in first place for vocal processing, but I gues it can be nicely used with acoustic instruments too?

    Are there any other sound - voice - vocal processors worth checking out for arround 500$ - 1000$ ?

    TNX a lot!

  2. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2001
    Silicon Valley
    The TC/Helicon units are real good stuff. Your not likely to find anything that is as good or any cheaper. It was just a few short years ago and you were in th $2K range to get something that is in the same league so don't think your spending a lot of money for what your getting.
  3. Sanity Inn

    Sanity Inn Guest

    I've been looking at this stuff for a while too

    It was a toss up between the Voice works and the Voice One

    now withthe new VoicePRO, its a toss up between that and the new VoiceONE 2,0

    they didn't show the VoicePro on comparison sheets, so I e-mailed to find out,

    If you check out the VoiceOne section they have demo mp3's to get a feel for what these puppies can do

    G'luck on decision making,
    let me know if you come up with any infos too


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