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Exceptional processor for voice, guitar and anything else.

Imagine the perfect sound engineer taking your vocals to awe-inspiring heights. Imagine the rich tones of a premium stomp box collection. Imagine a songwriting tool setting your creativity on fire, both when writing and performing. Now stop imagining. With VoiceLive 3 you get the ultimate 3-in-1 professional performance system for vocals, guitar and phrase looping - and it will rock your world! The VoiceLive was revolutionary when it debuted, and with this its second rethinking, the design has been expanded in terms of features and streamlined in terms of usability.

- A complete vocal sound with next generation harmony processing, effects and tonal quality.
- TC Electronic stomp box effects, Amp Tones and dedicated stereo amp outputs to integrate fully with your guitar rig.
- Powerful 3-phrase looping lets you create and store entire songs on-the-fly.

Your voice, front and center
Vocals are what we live for, and VoiceLive 3 is a true labor of love. With a mind-blowing vocal effects path more comprehensive than anything created before - featuring 11 independent effects blocks, over 180 different styles, and more than 200 factory presets available right out of the box (and 1000+ more available for free download) - VoiceLive 3 represents the absolute pinnacle of singer's technology and the perfect partner for your voice.

- NEW! Exciting new Harmony modes - Pedal, Fixed, and Mixed-Mode - for expanded voicing and musical possibilities.
- NEW! Authentic Vocoder with voice-controlled polyphonic synth and robot modes allow you play your voice like an instrument.
- Automatically and professionally produced vocal sound with enhanced Adaptive Tone.
- Improved suite of our renowned vocal effects, e.g. Doubling, Harmony, Echo, Reverb, HardTune, Flanger, Chopper, Choir, and more. Upgrades include new delay filters, new HardTune styles, better sounding doublings and even more realistic harmonies.
- 200+ factory presets, with onboard storage for 500 presets in total. Download and manage more presets via our free VoiceSupport app.

No-compromise Guitar FX and AmpTones
Our sister company is legendary guitar FX maker, TC Electronic, and by including some of the most popular sounds from their TonePrint pedals like Flashback Delay, Hall of Fame Reverb, Corona Chorus, and Vortex Flanger we've designed the Guitar section of VoiceLive 3 to rival even the most pristine pedal boards. Add to that the full gamut of great tone classics such as wah, octave, tremolo, and drive, and you've got an unbeatable guitar road kit.
- TC Electronic TonePrint FX styles from Flashback Delay, Hall of Fame Reverb, Corona Chorus and others.
- New Talk box, Chopper, Bass, Wah, and Drive guitar effects.
- A wide choice of amp emulations from vintage British to classic American, when bringing your own amp isn't practical.
- Acoustic Mode allows for quick set up of VoiceLive 3 for acoustic guitar.
- Guitar chords automatically guide vocal Harmony, HardTune, Synth and Vocoder effects.

Dedicated vocal PA and Guitar Out
What makes VoiceLive 3 stand out is the dedicated stereo vocal and stereo guitar amp outputs. Send your guitar sound directly to your favorite amp, completely independent of the vocal output going to the PA. The killer feature is that this also works if you're looping; the stereo vocal loops go to the PA while the stereo guitar loops go separately to the amps.

Building better songs with loops
VoiceLive 3's looping focuses allows you to experiment with real-time song creation or exciting loop jams. Arrange and re-arrange backing tracks with flexible verse-chorus-bridge switching. The LoopAssist function helps you make tighter loops effortlessly and auto-expands loops to allow different lengths. 45 minutes of looping time and infinite overdubs let you create entire sets of songs - and store them for instant recall.
- Powerful multi-track looper with intuitive control layout and infinite overdubs.
- 3 phrase looping with 4 selectable layering and serial techniques help you create intricate songs and on-the-spot re-arrangements.
- LoopAssist with multi-purpose metronome and quantize for perfectly synced loops.
- Auto expansion of loop length allows you to create long loops on top of short ones, and vice versa, without having to set up timing beforehand.
- Loops can be stored onboard and recalled together with presets.

Next-generation 3iC power platform
While the form factor of VoiceLive 3 continues the tradition for VoiceLive 2 and VoiceLive Rack, look under the hood and you'll discover an entirely different kind of beast. Sporting our new 3iC processing, VoiceLive 3 features cutting-edge hardware with 3 independent cores dedicated solely to vocals, guitar and looping. Match these with increased memory and lightning fast access and you're looking at more than double the processing power of our previous benchmark, VoiceLive 2.

Portable command center
We spent a lot of time figuring out the most effective I/O options to make VoiceLive 3 a flexible and extremely portable command center for your performance. On top of dedicated stereo PA and Guitar outputs you get separate monitor and headphone mix outputs, with a monitor mix input. Also included are our RoomSense microphones for controlling harmony and adding ambience to your monitor mix, as well as two control inputs for expression pedals or Switch-3.

- 4-channel stereo outputs with dedicated vocal and guitar channels.
- Independent headphone and monitor mix.- Combo Jack for Main inputs and automatic input/output sensing.
- Monitor mix input and pass-through to other monitors.

Total performance control
VoiceLive 3 is designed to empower you and your performance, giving you easy access to presets, sounds and switching between them, while providing complete customization of switch functions and deep edit control. Use the LAYER button to change between the vocals, guitar and loop control layers. Each mode gives you instant access to layer-specific functions via the footswitches, with the LCD display showing a clear view of which footswitch controls what effect.

- Consistent 3-layer UI philosophy. Vocals, Guitar and Looping each have their own 6-button layout.
- Stompbox-style access to individual effects and loop controls.
- LCD display shows current footswitch labels.
- Complete customization of footswitch assignments across layers to suit your personal style and requirements.

Guitar & Heaphone Cable
VoiceLive 3 comes with a specially designed combination guitar & headphone cable that facilitates in-ear monitoring and allows you to practice without an amp - and gives you ample freedom to move while you rock out.

But wait… there's more!
VoiceLive 3 literally has hundreds of additional features to make you stand out as a singer, guitar player and performer. And if you're upgrading from VoiceLive 2, there are dozens of new functions to discover and an army of upgrades and improvements.

Endless styles and genres
The GENRE feature allows you to easily browse hundreds of presets by style, effects type and artists. Choose a genre that suits you and VoiceLive 3 will list the presets that fit your preference. Perfect for when you're looking for that specific sound or need inspiration for your next song.

Make it a HIT
The HIT button turns on multiple effects at once to add effect layers or to create quick A/B scenes for each preset. Use it to add dazzling vocal effects for the chorus, or strip down a guitar part for the verse, or even a combination of both vocal and guitar effects changes - you decide!

Get loud, no clipping
The automatic Mic Gain feature takes the guesswork out of setting your input level properly. Simply sing your loudest into the mic and VoiceLive 3 will set your mic gain automatically for the best signal-to-noise ratio and freedom from nasty input distortion.

Control it from your mic
Add remote Mic Control with the TC-Helicon MP-75 or Sennheiser e 835 fx microphones for additional control of presets, performance, effects and looping while you're performing.

FEATURES
  • Extensive vocal effects library
  • Extensive guitar effects and amp modeling
  • Multi-track looper
  • Fully programmable

Order today and perform with the latest and best processing technology.

SPECIFICATIONS

VoiceLive 3

  • Vocal Effects
  • Echo & Delay
  • Reverb
  • Harmony
  • Double
  • Transducer
  • Rhythmic
  • HardTune & Correction
  • Choir
  • Stutter
  • Vocoder
  • Adaptive Tone
  • Looper
  • Multi-track looper
  • Layered for verse/chorus (B/C) over base loop A with infinite overdubs
  • 10 x three track loop storage
  • 45 minutes total loop time
  • Guitar Effects
  • Amp Modeling
  • Drive
  • Delay
  • Reverb
  • Compression
  • Resonant Filter
  • Wah
  • µMod (Flange, Chorus, De-tune)
  • Shifter
  • Rhythmic/Tremolo
  • Talkbox (part of Vocoder)
  • Control
  • 250 factory presets
  • Memory for 500 presets
  • 10 steps per preset
  • 10 footswitches
  • 6 preset-assignable footswitches for enabling/disabling FX blocks
  • Detailed editing
  • Genre and Styles preset categories
  • Size
  • Height: 3" (76 mm)
  • Width: 13.8" (350 mm)
  • Depth: 8.5" (261 mm)
  • Weight
  • Weight: 5 lb. (2.3 kg)
  • Construction
  • anodized extruded aluminum and steel chassis
  • Rubberized edit/mix knobs
  • Recessed rubberized handle
  • 192 x 64 Blue STN LCD, White Back light display
  • Tri-colored Footswitch Light ring
  • Capacitive touch edit controls with LED indicators
  • Analog Inputs
  • VOICE
  • Connector: Combo Balanced XLR/Balanced TRS 1/4″ phone jack
  • Input Impedance Balanced: 3.08 kOhm
  • Mic Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -52 dBu to +7 dBu
  • Line Input Level @0dBFS: -40 dBu to +19 dBu
  • EIN @ Max Mic Gain Rg = 150 Ohm: -127 dBu
  • Mic SNR >100 dB at typical Mic Input gain
  • Phantom Power: +48V (on/off via setup menu)
  • A to D Conversion 24 Bit, 128 x oversampling bitstream, 110 dB SNR A-weighted
  • GUITAR
  • Connector: 1/4″ phone jack
  • Guitar Input Impedance: 1 MOhm
  • Guitar Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -2 dBU to 14 dBu
  • Guitar Input SNR >108 dB
  • A to D Conversion 24 Bit, 128 x oversampling bitstream, 110 dB SNR A-weighted
  • MONITOR
  • Connector: Balanced XLR
  • Input Impedance Balanced: 25 kOhm
  • Monitor Input Level @ 0 dBFS +16 dBu
  • AUX
  • Aux: 1/8″ stereo mini jack
  • Aux Input Level @ 0 dBFS +2 dBu
  • Analog Outputs
  • VOICE
  • Connectors: balanced XLR
  • Output Impedance Balanced/Unbalanced: 300/150 Ohm
  • Output Range 0 dBFS Line Level: +14 dBu; Mic Level: - 2dBu
  • Dynamic Range >109 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz/li>
  • Frequency Response +0/-0.3 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
  • D to A Conversion 24 Bit, 128 x oversampling bitstream, 115 dB SNR A-weighted
  • GUITAR
  • Connectors: 1/4″ TRS phone jack
  • Output Impedance Balanced/Unbalanced: 442/221 Ohm
  • Output Range 0 dBFS Line Level: +14 dBu; Mic Level: - 2dBu
  • Dynamic Range >101 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
  • D to A Conversion 24 Bit, 128 x oversampling bitstream, 106 dB SNR A-weighted
  • HEADPHONE
  • 1/8″ Mini stereo jack, 50 Ohm, +14 dBu max
  • GUITAR THRU
  • Buffered Guitar Input
  • Connector: 1/4″ TRS phone jack
  • Output Impedance Bal/UnBal: 270/540 Ohms
  • MONITOR THRU
  • Direct connection to Monitor input
  • Connector: Balanced XLR
  • Control
  • USB: USB A, Mini-B
  • MIDI: In/Out: 5 Pin DIN
  • Pedal: 1/4″ TRS phone jack
  • Mic Control using TC-Helicon MP-75 Microphone or Sennheiser e 835 fx mic

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TC HeliconVoiceLive 3
 
3.7

(based on 14 reviews)

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77%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound (8)
  • Portable (8)
  • Good power output (6)
  • Easy to use (4)
  • Warm / comfy (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (9)
  • Amateur recording (6)
  • Home studio (6)
  • Outdoor events / games (6)
  • Professional recording (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (7), Professional musician (7)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Backup in a box

This thing is great. It's easy to use, and has enough useful patches right out of the box to cover most situations and styles, although they are spread out among all the...Read complete review

This thing is great. It's easy to use, and has enough useful patches right out of the box to cover most situations and styles, although they are spread out among all the patches.

I've tried harmonizer software and boxes over the years but they always fell short, and were difficult to achieve useful results with; the harmonies either sounded like munchkins or weird note choices made me sound like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir of Death. Not so here. Can one guy sound like the Eagles doing Seven Bridges Road? Try patch 47.

I tried this out at practice last week and with other humans singing their parts too, everything just sounds so natural. It's great to dial in a high 3rd and then step up to the mic to augment what the other guys are singing in places just to fatten things up and, I hate to say it, make us seem more polished.

The unit really needs a good harmonic reference (it listens to your guitar) to compute good harmonies. Plugging my guitar in to the Vocalive, and then sending the guitar through to my pedalboard works great. The vocals go from the XLR out to the board. At home I just use the monitor out to an amp if I'm feeling lazy. Room sense (as opposed to plugging your guitar in) doesn't always work as well.

Even without the harmonies, it makes my vocals sound punchy and clear. I tried it with an ND967 and a Beta 58 and both mics sounded great. Can't wait for the free MP-75 to show up and try that out.

One of the nice surprises was just how useful the guitar effects section is. I already have some of the effects (a TC reverb, delay & chorus) on my regular pedal board, so I felt right at home. The overdrives are surprisingly useful. I'm a tube guy, not because you can't get any good sounds with a digital pedal, but because they generally don't respond to changes in guitar volume like tubes do. These mostly clean up pretty smoothly when you back off the guitar volume.

The hit button is great. You can turn on or off multiple effects in both the vocal and guitar sections at once just by tapping it.

I think with a little experimentation and programming, you could go play a job with just this, a volume pedal for the guitar, and an expression pedal for things like wah (yes it has that too). I'm not saying you could dial in all the exact sounds you get from your pedal board today, but you can create great sounds that will work for almost any situation.

I'd give it a five except for one thing (hope you're listening TC). While you can:
a) Dial in a great guitar sound in a global patch and use it with every vocal patch, or
b) Dial in the global patch and use it in some vocal patches, and individually program the guitar sounds that don't use the global guitar patch, or
c) individually program every patch (the way it comes from the factory, and manages to show off the versatility), but I'd like to see...
d) The ability to set up several global guitar patches and select from them for each vocal patch. Or, the ability to independently select guitar and vocal patches if I want. Maybe even have the hit button swap between two guitar patches.

Come to think of it, I have to tap several buttons and twist a few knobs on my pedalboard to do that, so maybe it deserves a 5.

Great box. Glad I bought it.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Nice idea, guitar sounds sadly lacking

I have been a professional musician for over 30 years. The idea of this particular pedal is great. I thought it was going to be the best thing since it was going to fulfil...Read complete review

I have been a professional musician for over 30 years. The idea of this particular pedal is great. I thought it was going to be the best thing since it was going to fulfil all my requirements in one neat package, no more pedals covering my floor area during live performances. But, alas, it was not to be. The vocals did the job, but too many whiz bangs in there, just give me a few good quality delays and reverbs without the robots and monsters. I found it was going weird on me during big notes and breaking up a bit. I spent nearly a whole month trying to get a guitar sound that I thought was good quality. The guitar sounds are lacking, badly lacking. I never used the looper, tho I guess some find it useful. I even sent it to a qualified TC Helicon repairer to get the hardware mod to stop the buzz and pop. I sold it on ebay for half of what I paid for it because of the known problems. I sold my Zoom pedal because I thought the voicelive 3 was all I needed. I was naïve to think this small light weight unit was going to replace my 3 other units, zoom pedal, harmonizer, and reverb/delay units. In short, I was very disappointed.
I've bought back all my old equipment. Like I said, the idea is excellent. I hope there is a manufacturer out there who will do this concept right. I would pay 3 times the money TC Helicon is asking for the unit if only it was truly a pro level unit. I have bought other TC Helicon stuff in the past and found it to be very good. I was let down by this unit. I think they were trying too hard to keep the cost down. Give me quality and charge if you have to, but don't waste my time with gimmicky toys. I use a zoom g7.1ut midi'd up to a voice Digitech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor. I get pro guitar sounds, with studio quality vocals and harmonies, with the click of a user program from the zoom. Sorry TC Helicon, I'll wait when you get it right, or until someone builds something better. Nice idea tho.

Michael Gant.

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Nice idea, guitar sounds sadly lacking

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from Australia

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        Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

        I have been a professional musician for over 30 years. The idea of this particular pedal is great. I thought it was going to be the best thing since it was going to fulfil all my requirements in one neat package, no more pedals covering my floor area during live performances. But, alas, it was not to be. The vocals did the job, but too many whiz bangs in there, just give me a few good quality delays and reverbs without the robots and monsters. I found it was going weird on me during big notes and breaking up a bit. I spent nearly a whole month trying to get a guitar sound that I thought was good quality. The guitar sounds are lacking, badly lacking. I never used the looper, tho I guess some find it useful. I even sent it to a qualified TC Helicon repairer to get the hardware mod to stop the buzz and pop. I sold it on ebay for half of what I paid for it because of the known problems. I sold my Zoom pedal because I thought the voicelive 3 was all I needed. I was naïve to think this small light weight unit was going to replace my 3 other units, zoom pedal, harmonizer, and reverb/delay units. In short, I was very disappointed.
        I've bought back all my old equipment. Like I said, the idea is excellent. I hope there is a manufacturer out there who will do this concept right. I would pay 3 times the money TC Helicon is asking for the unit if only it was truly a pro level unit. I have bought other TC Helicon stuff in the past and found it to be very good. I was let down by this unit. I think they were trying too hard to keep the cost down. Give me quality and charge if you have to, but don't waste my time with gimmicky toys. I use a zoom g7.1ut midi'd up to a voice Digitech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor. I get pro guitar sounds, with studio quality vocals and harmonies, with the click of a user program from the zoom. Sorry TC Helicon, I'll wait when you get it right, or until someone builds something better. Nice idea tho.

        Michael Gant.

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        1.0

        Broke within the first 90 days!

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        from Outer Banks NC

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

          Cons

          • Defective
          • Weak

          Best Uses

            Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

            I enjoyed this unit for 90 days until it stopped working. When I turn it on it displays a blank blue screen and will not boot. I have read all the online posts on this issue and have tried everything. The return period with MF is up and now I am in the process of dealing with TC Helicon's warranty system which is automated. Wish me luck.

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            3.0

            good harmonies

            By 

            from Arizona

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Excellent Sound
            • Good Warmth
            • Portable

            Cons

            • Limited Functions

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Events
            • Home Studio
            • Performances

            Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

            I'm still playing with the settings, I use in my performances an Alesis Quaderaverb and Degitech Vocalist harmonizer, it puts out the sounds I like and need, I play keyboard so MIDI implemented, can't get the MIDI on the Vocalive3 to work in the same manner!

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            5.0

            It's everything they say it is!

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            from Rockville Center, NY and Seneca , SC.

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

            • Excellent Sound
            • Fairly Easy To Use
            • Portable
            • Powerful

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Events
              • Home Studio
              • Mobile DJ
              • Performances
              • Professional Recording

              Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

              Got this Voicelive3 a few weeks ago and it's absolutely a must have if you're serious about performing and recording. TC Helicon also sent me the MP-75 mic and gigbag they had as a FREE promotion (I think it ended 12/31/14). I wish I had something like this sooner as it is a little pricey but it DEFINATLY WORTH IT ! Some of these reviews are knocking the guitar effects but don't listen to them- the effects are PRO and equal any pedals out there. It's a really sturdy metal case and should stand up well for giging. I've been using Musician's Friend for over 15 years and their service record is brilliant. If you're undecided about spending the money- just get it, you won't be disapointed...the vocal effects and choices of layering are pretty handy especially if you don't have any other singers in your group. I love this thing and TC's mic (it really beat my Shure 58's and Beta ) adds a feedback reduction and full fat sound for vocals. I haven't experimented with my saxes using the harmonies- but my vocals come out great. Thanks TC Helicon for this machine- P.S. they have current new software on their website and a whole bunch of advice for using this. You get what you pay for and VoiceLive3 delivers.

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              5.0

              Amazing effects

              By 

              from Alamogordo, NM

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              Pros

              • Excellent Sound
              • Portable
              • Well Thought Out

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Home Studio
                • Performances

                Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

                I was amazed at how fast it got to me. Right out of the box I began to plug and play without reading any instructions on purpose to see how user friendly it really is...not for the new kids for sure but the book that comes with it is outstanding. I have played in bands for years and could feel the harmony tickle my ear, you know...when the sound is spot on! I truly enjoy the different guitar settings. I was playing and singing Pink Floyd in minutes. Bottom line, I put my guitar amp away and my Base guitar as well. Don't need them any more. Thank you Musicians Friend and Thank you TC Helicon

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                (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Nice

                By 

                from Frankfort, KY

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                Pros

                • Everything You Need

                Cons

                • Poor Sound Quality

                Best Uses

                • Amateur Recording
                • Events
                • Performances

                Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

                This has everything a person would need to perform live or in studio. As far as the sound goes it's ok. I like my Voice Live 2 better as far as the over all sound goes. But with all of the little tricks this one is hard to beat. Don't really need a amp, this has a good amp sound built in. Over all this is a good piece of gear, just prefer my voice live 2 better..

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                5.0

                The Best Unit for Vocals

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                from Tennessee

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                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Excellent Sound
                • Good Warmth
                • Portable
                • Powerful

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Amateur Recording
                  • Events
                  • Home Studio
                  • Performances
                  • Professional Recording

                  Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

                  I have had several different types of voice units from TC Helicon and from past experience I knew this unit would be a show stopper and it was. Basically, easy to use and a power house of harmonies, effects, both guitar and voical. I even purchased the Switch-6 to go with it. I can't say enough good for this unit. It's excellent. Had some trouble downloading firmware so I could use the Switch-6 and Support was right there to help. They even sent a second email back to me asking if I needed any more assistance from them. Excellent product & support.

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                  5.0

                  works as advertised

                  By 

                  from Brockton, MA

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                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Excellent Sound
                  • Good Warmth
                  • Portable
                  • Powerful

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Amateur Recording
                    • Events
                    • Home Studio
                    • Mobile DJ
                    • Performances
                    • Professional Recording

                    Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

                    I can sing like an angel now...lol

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                    5.0

                    really great product!

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                    from Central VA

                    About Me Experienced

                    Pros

                    • Excellent Sound
                    • Portable

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Events
                      • Jamming
                      • Performances
                      • Practice

                      Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

                      This is a great product.

                      I already have a digitech vocalist live 3 and it does really great harmonies, it is quick to set and play.

                      That being said, I have not touched it since I got my Voicelive 3 a month ago. Right out of the box I was enjoying the vocal effects and having a great time experimenting with it. It's not that the voicelive 3 is difficult to use, it just gives you control over a ton of options. The voicelive 3 is so good at the vocals and then all the other things it does, it is truly amazing. I am using it for the vocals, guitar effects and the looper.

                      This is the first TC Helicon product I have ever owned, and I am really impressed by their continuing to improve the product. They really stand behind the product, they really care! I have loaded the latest firmware and I would say this is really a must to get the best out of the pedal. TC also has videos on it's YouTube channel to assist you even more. It takes a bit of time to get it dialed in, but it is worth it!

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                      2.0

                      Awesome in some ways, some problems

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                      from lake mary, fl

                      About Me Professional Musician

                      Pros

                      • Powerful

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about TC Helicon VoiceLive 3:

                          Some killer vocal effects. Guitar amp models just weren't toneful enough though. I was hoping to replace my RP1000 with this, but the tones are just not that great. Guitar effects other than amp modeling and distortion were generally excellent, though. Loved the talkbox sim.
                          Biggest problem for me was when the patches switched on their own several times. Back to MF!

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