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TC HELICON VOICELIVE TOUCH 2 VOCAL EFFECTS PROCESSOR


Powerful Touch Matrix Mic Stand-Mount Vocal Effects Processor with Harmony and Looping


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Description

VOICELIVE TOUCH 2 delivers unprecedented creative control of your live sound, with state-of-the-art vocal effects and performance looping in an intuitive touch layout. You’re free to explore effects and tonal colors seamlessly while you sing – with real-time Slider FXTM providing a unique way to rock, flutter and transform your sonic landscape.

 

With a swipe of your finger on the Slider Bar, you can create truly unique FX riffs. We’re talking about real-time, fluid manipulation of your sound. From a subtle filter to a crazy stutter, you can modulate, intensify or pitch-sweep effects – it also works on one or all of your loops.

 

We’ve designed VOICELIVE TOUCH 2 for artists who need it work – immediately. Just connect it between your mic and mixer, go to your favorite preset, and start singing.

 

  •  Touch Matrix for Quick Editing and Increased Control.
  • Ultra-Responsive Slider FX for Hands-On Experimentation.
  • Simple Effects Customizing with Styles and Icons.
  • Innovative Mic Stand-to-Desktop Non-Skid Chassis.

 

µMod, pronounced “micro mod” contains effects that chorus, flange or otherwise modulate the signal. These effects can range from subtle to extreme. Also known as Echo, delay repeats the input sound in various ways, from single “taps” to multiple panned asynchronous repeats. Often, delay is mistaken for reverb in a song. It’s typical in a recording to use a small amount of both delay and reverb to create the desired spatial effect.

 

Short for Reverberation, reverb simulates an acoustic space like a concert hall or a bathroom. Typically, slower songs use longer reverb and faster songs use shorter reverb.

 

Likely the most popular and impressive of our effects suite, Harmony creates up to 8 voices of harmony (varies by product), based on your vocal input and surrounds you with professional sounding backup singers. Once you’ve added harmony to your performance, we think you’ll never want to sing without it.

 

Doubling creates an effect that makes your voice sound “larger” in the mix. It’s an extremely popular effect in a wide variety of musical styles from Pop to Hip-Hop and everything in between.

 

Any effect that provides overdrive, distortion or filter falls under Transducer effects. You’ll find effects like Megaphone, Radio, Amplifier Emulation and more here. Always take care when using transducer effects in a live situation. Due to the extreme gains and eq’s imparted on the signal, these effects are very prone to feedback.

 

Remember Max Headroom from the 80’s with his stutter-y, jerky speech patterns? That’s the kind of effect you can re-create with the Rhythmic effect. You can chop and cut your voice to create very interesting patterns and repeats. There’s also a sampler available to take a tiny slice of vocals and put it through the wringer. Rhythmic is the kind of effect that, when used sparingly, can have a huge wow factor in a performance.

 

Some people know it as the Cher or T-Pain effect. We call it Hard Tune. It’s a very aggressive form of pitch correction that forces the voice to “jump” from one note to the next in an almost robotic way. The effect works the best when confined to a set scale, where the intervals between notes are more noticeable. To get the most out of the effect, you’ll need to adapt your singing style to help accentuate the way that your voice shifts from note to note. Try sliding between notes.

 

Vocal FX µMod
Echo & Delay
Harmony
Double
Choir
Transducer
Rhythm
Tone
Guitar FX Guitar FX & Tuner
Control 300 customizable presets; 200 pre-programmed factory presets, 100 blank
9 instant-access Favorite presets
Touch slider
Simple, style based, essentials-only editing with graphics
Genre feature to assist preset browsing
Mic input level
Design
Size Height: 9 inches (230 mm)
Width: 7 inches (180 mm)
Mic Stand Mount: fits stands with 15.4-16.4 mm diameter
Weight Weight: 3.5 lb. (1.6 kg)
Construction Rubber coated bent aluminum and die-cast metal
Acrylic touch panel
Soft-touch end caps and level knobs
Blue LCD graphic display
Connections
Analog Inputs Connectors, balanced: Mic.: XLR, Guitar: 1/4? phone jack, Aux: 1/8? stereo mini jack
Impedance: Balanced/Unbalanced: Mic.: 2.14/1.07 kOhm
EIN @ Max Mic Gain Rg = 150 Ohm : -127 dBu
Mic SNR: > 101 dB
Phantom Power: +48V (on/off via Setup menu)
Guitar Input impedance: 1 MOhm
Guitar Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -7 dBU to 17 dBu
Guitar Input SNR: >115dB
Analog Outputs D to A Conversion: 24 bit, 128 x oversampling bitstream, 115dB SNR A-weighted
Connectors, balanced: XLR (for mono) and 1/4? phone jack
Output Range: Line: 14.5 dBu
Dynamic Range: > 109 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Frequency Response: +0/-0.3 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Headphone Out: 1/8? Mini stereo jack, 32 Ohm, +17 dBu max (180mW max)
Control USB: USB-B (control, MIDI and audio I/O)
MIDI: In 5 Pin DIN
Mic Control using TC Helicon MP-75 Microphone, MP-76 Microphone or Sennheiser e 835 fx mic
Safety And Regulations
Power External Power Supply Mains Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz (auto-select)
Power Consumption: < 14 W
Safety – certified to: IEC 65, EN 60065, UL6500 and CSA IEC 65, EN 60065, UL6500 and CSA
Safety EMC – Complies with: EN 55103-1 and EN 55103-2 FCC part 15, Class B, CISPR 22, Class B
Safety – certified to: IEC 65, EN 60065, UL6500 and CSA IEC 65, EN 60065, UL6500 and CSA
Storage Temperature: -22° F to 167° F (-30° C to 70° C)
Humidity: Max. 90 % non-condensing
Environment Operating Temperature: 32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C)
Storage Temperature: -22° F to 167° F (-30° C to 70° C)
What’s in the box Region specific power supply
USB cable
Velcro cable wrap