TC Helicon Intros VoiceLive Touch Vocal Effects Processor at 2010 Summer NAMM Show

2010 Summer NAMM Show: TC Helicon has introduced the VoiceLive Touch vocal effects processor.

TC Helicon has this to say about the new VoiceLive Touch:

We are so crazy excited about announcing our latest creation VoiceLive Touch a mic-stand mountable vocal processor and looper. The success of VoiceLive 2 for the singing guitarists is ready to be matched for musicians who only sing, or play keyboard and sing, or play multiple instruments and sing. Then again, every singer is going to take their music in some new exotic direction with VoiceLive Touch because it premieres our new vocal performance looper VLOOP.

The VoiceLive Touch has a MSRP of $695 US MSRP / €470 ex.VAT.

Detailed specs below.

Effects
  • µMod – styles incl. chorus, flange, detune and more
  • Delay – Tap tempo, up to 2500ms delay, styles incl. multiple beat divisions
  • Reverb – 30 pre-configured styles, premium algorithm
  • Harmony – up to 8 voices NaturalPlay (instrument or scale controlled) harmony
  • Double – up to 4 voices
  • Transducer – styles include distortion, megaphones, band limiting
  • HardTune – styles include unison, octave shifts and genders
  • Adaptive Tone – automatic Shape eq, compression, de-ess and gate
  • Pitch Correction – auto-chromatic and scale based
  • Guitar FX – dedicated reverb and µMod effects styles
  • Guitar Tuner – chromatic
  • VLOOPtm – mono/stereo performance looper with undo
Control
  • 200+ factory presets
  • 25 Favorite locations for storing custom presets
  • 24 touch buttons with LEDs
  • Touch slider
  • Simple, style based, essentials-only editing
  • Wizard to assist preset browsing
  • Dedicated effect block on/offs
  • Mic input level
  • Headphone output level
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
  • Mic Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -42dBu to +1dBu
  • EIN @ Max Mic Gain Rg = 150 Ohm : -127 dBu
  • Mic SNR: > 107 dB
  • Guitar Input impedance: 1 MOhm
  • Guitar Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -7 dBU to 17 dBu
  • Guitar Input SNR: >115dB
  • Aux Input Level @ 0dBu: +2dBu
  • A to D Conversion: 24 bit, 128 x oversampling bitstream, 110dB SNR A-weighted
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 Impedance Balanced/ Unbalanced: 80/40 Ohm
  • 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
  • Pedal: 1/4″ TRS phone jack

9 thoughts on “TC Helicon Intros VoiceLive Touch Vocal Effects Processor at 2010 Summer NAMM Show

  1. wow…based on this INFOMERCIAL, I am sold already..even though
    they didn't give us a demonstration !! I don't even need to know
    what it sounds like, as It has metal with rubber moldings..that in itself is
    a selling point in my book.

    I watched the entire video thinking they'd actually back their words up
    only to be left with NOTHING !

  2. For some reason ( and i know it is all in my head ) to move from a chubby dude to a skinny dude makes the skinny dude looks like skin and bones and teeth… and not focusing on the product, sorry "skinny dude", i am sure you are ok.

  3. I can't stand demo's that talk about the product without showing some sort of product performance. Smoke and Mirrors…

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