With all this power, you can see why TC dubs the Correct an “engineer-in-a-pedal” and the Create a “producer-in-a-pedal”. But along with all the creative freedom the VoiceTone pedals grant you, perhaps their most important strength is that they put you in control of your vocals. Once Tone is activated, it remains active when harmonies are on and off and even in Bypass so you can chat with your audience using the same great tone as when you sing. Tap tempo lets you adjust the delay for exactly the right feel and time. This allows TC Helicon’s MP-75 Modern Performance Vocal microphone‘s thumb switch to turn your VoiceTone single’s effect on and off.
Don’t let that simple-looking Tone button fool you. Harmony-G XT is your perfect onstage partner. It listens to your performance and decides what harmony notes would sound best with your song. With a vocal signal, this means you lose all the essential audio information that makes lyrics intelligible. And although they’re designed to be used separately, when you pair the Create and Correct pedals you get a complete processing channel with premium sound to ensure the most important part of your music is heard loud and clear. Ryan ConradMusician’s Friend Staff Writer Three scenarios for the modern vocalist to consider A few months back I was in a rock club watching an aggressive, noisy, thoroughly post-rock band perform their set in front of a small crowd. While the pitch correction works fine on a technical level, I think it was a mistake to leave out an unprocessed output for feeding the monitor mix, as I find it almost impossible to pitch my singing when all I can hear is a pitch-corrected signal.
Her vocals always sound outstanding, but it’s a lot of work for her to roll that rig in and out and keep it dialed in from the stage since she works without a sound man to keep more cash in her pocket. Okay, maybe stomp boxes is stretching it a bit. She can go soft, she can go hard, she knows how to emphasize the emotion of the song through sweet sags and heartrending rises. The Gate control is completely automatic and attempts to pull down the mic level between vocal phrases, though how effective this is depends on how much spill gets into the vocal mic from other instruments.