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DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal

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Provides guitarists with 3-part vocal harmony and realtime pitch correction.

Let the Digitech Vocalist Live 3 triple your voice with warm, natural sounding harmonies to really connect with an audience and capture their attention. The Live 3 vocal harmony processor automatically follows your vocals and chord progression using patented musIQ technology no matter what you play. Just step on the footswitch while you're playing to fill the room with pitch-perfect backup vocals. This Digitech effect pedal can even have the harmonies sound male or female, and increase their human factor for an organic, realistic sound.

The Digitech Vocalist Live 3 vocal pedal also keeps your song right on target with built-in pitch correction and a variety of useful and intuitive effects like warmth, compression, a noise gate, and a 2-band EQ. Add in reverb, delay, and a built-in tuner, and singers have an indispensable tool that will have you turning heads and inspiring applause like never before.

musIQ makes the Digitech Vocalist Live 3 vocal pedal easy to use
musIQ is a revolutionary technology that eliminates the need to program a song's key or changes to create accurate harmonies. musIQ analyzes your lead vocals as well as the chords and notes played on a guitar in real time to automatically generate perfect vocal harmonies. Simply plug into the Live 3, play your guitar, and sing. The musIQ technology will ensure the harmonies are always right on.

FEATURES
  • 2 voices of fully automatic harmony”just play naturally on your guitar and musIQ technology will ensure that the harmony voices are always musically correct
  • Gender controls for each harmony voice allow you to alter the character of the harmony voices
  • Humanize control to adjust the style of the harmony voices from loose to tight
  • Five Harmony Patches to save harmony settings, each with an A part and a B part to make onstage harmony changes easy
  • Realtime Chromatic Pitch Correction
  • Vocal Pre Effects: Warmth (tube preamp), Compressor, two-band
  • EQ, Low Cut and Noise Gate
  • Reverb with 3 different room sizes
  • Delay with 5 delay settings
  • Built-in guitar chorus effect
  • Ability to mix the guitar and vocal signals to provide the acoustic guitar player with an easy way to connect straight to the PA or a powered speaker
  • Low noise microphone preamp
  • 48V phantom power
  • Guitar Ground Lift to eliminate any noise hum issues that may arise
  • Built-in guitar tuner
  • Balanced XLR stereo outputs
  • Balanced Line Input for post processing recording applications
  • 24-bit, 44.1 kHz audio quality

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SPECIFICATIONS
Mic Preamp
  • Connector: XLR balanced
  • Input Sensitivity @ -3dBFS: -35dBu to +0dBu
  • Equivalent Input Noise (EIN): -126dBu, 20Hz - 20kHz (A-Weighted)
  • Input Impedance: 6 kOhnms Balanced
Line Input
  • Connector: 1/4" TRS balanced/unbalanced
  • Input Sensitivity @ -3dBFS: -20dBu to +15dBu
  • Input Impedance: 23 kOhms balanced, 13 kOhms unbalanced
Guitar Input / Guitar Thru:
  • Connectors: 1/4" unbalanced
  • Impedance: 1 MOhm (input), 1 kOhms (thru)
Outputs
  • Connectors: XLR balanced
  • Output Level @ 0dBFS: -5.6dBu
  • Output Impedance: 200 Ohms pseudo-balanced
Input (Line) to Output (Line) Performance
  • Dynamic Range: 106dB, 20Hz-20kHz (A-Weighted)
  • THD + Noise @ Min gain: 0.007% @ 1kHz
  • Frequency Response @ Max gain: -3dB @ 30Hz and 21kHz
Analog to Digital Converter
  • Resolution: 24 bits
  • Sampling Rate: 44.1kHz
  • Frequency Response: -3dB at 20Hz and 20kHz
  • Dynamic Range: 114dB, A-weighted
  • Crosstalk: -110dB @ 1kHz
Digital to Analog Converter
  • Resolution: 24 bits
  • Sampling Rate: 44.1kHz
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz”20kHz, ±0.5dB
  • Dynamic Range: 114dB, A-weighted
  • Crosstalk: -100dB @ 1kHz
  • Sample Rate: 44.1kHz Internal Clock
Power
  • US and Canada: 120 VAC, 60Hz Adapter: PS0913B - 120
  • Japan: 100 VAC, 50/60Hz Adapter: PS0913B - 100
  • Europe: 230 VAC, 50Hz Adapter: PS0913B - 230
  • UK: 240 VAC, 50Hz Adapter: PS0913B - 240
  • Australia: 240 VAC, 50Hz Adapter: PS0913B - 240-AU
  • AC Power Adapter Output: 9VAC, 1.3 A
  • Power consumption: 8.1W
Product Dimensions
  • 8.25"L x 8.25"W x 2.5"H
  • 210 mm(L) x 210 mm(W) x 63.5 mm(H)
Weight
  • 4.2 lb., 1.9 kg
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DigiTechVocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal
 
4.1

(based on 56 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (15)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

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78%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (31)
  • Good audio (27)
  • Versatile (24)
  • Good power output (17)
  • Professional functions (17)

Cons

  • Limited functions (7)
  • Poor quality duplicates (5)
  • Unreliable (4)
  • Difficult to use (3)

Best Uses

  • Performances (28)
  • Home studio (16)
  • Amateur recording (14)
  • Outdoor events / games (13)
  • Pro audio / DJ / mixing (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (23), Experienced (17)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Some specific pros and cons

I?ll attempt a comprehensive review that will, hopefully, offer consumers some concrete information to consider when buying.Pros:1) Offers features that can expand and improve the sound of a solo singer/...Read complete review

I?ll attempt a comprehensive review that will, hopefully, offer consumers some concrete information to consider when buying.Pros:1) Offers features that can expand and improve the sound of a solo singer/ guitarist.2) Harmony ?patches? as well as ?Part A/B? foot switch are helpful and easy to use.3) ?Pitch correction? is somewhat helpful, but makes the voice sound overly processed if turned up too much.4) ?Humanize? control can help make the harmony sound much more life-like, (actually lets you set the amount of delay in the harmony).5) ?Gender? control is a useful feature ?Voicing? sounds okay if you don?t exceed the ?high? setting (above) and the ?low" setting (below). If you set it more than one third above or below, it sounds overly processed and fake.6) You must be able to sing mostly on pitch (even with ?pitch correction? engaged), or the harmonizer will produce incorrect notes.7) This system does a decent job of ?reading? your guitar if you stick primarily to major and minor chords. If you try to use more complicated chords system will sometimes produce incorrect harmony notes.8) The system works best while strumming the guitar. If you do much picking, it will sometimes produce incorrect harmony notes.Cons:1) Voice setting of ?higher,? ?octave,? lower? and ?bass? sound so processed they are virtually useless2) I hear no difference when engaging the ?warmth? effect. Maybe because I?m using an old ?tube? type PA??3) Watch your speaker placement, or the system will pick up the guitar signal from your amp and create slight fuzziness and distortion on the guitar sound4) See limitations above describe under ?Pros?-- #6, #7, #8..Conclusion:If you go light on the effects, use it for primarily uncomplicated songs, and are willing to limit the amount of picking (as opposed to strumming) you do, this system can offer some useful improvements to your over all sound. Buy it from a vendor that will let you return it if unsatisfied, and don?t expect miracles. Overall, however, I?m glad I bought it and I?d definitely buy it again. I hope those of you considering buying this pedal will find this information useful.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Noisy

This is my second Live 3. The first one I got kept shorting out. This one has been noisy since it came out of the box. I have been using it off and...Read complete review

This is my second Live 3. The first one I got kept shorting out. This one has been noisy since it came out of the box. I have been using it off and on for a year now. And every since we connected it to our Mackie board, the signal/source light lit up like the channel was getting sound, but it was not. You could push the gains or master on the board and hear the noise, but only minimal at normal levels.

This is disappointing as we have a whisper quite system ... and need such a system.

We have tried different gain combos both on the board and coming off the Vocalist Live 3. Have yet to strike a good balance. Low gain on the Live 3 results in the harmonizer not working well. Low gain on the board results in not enough volumn and vocal headroom.

The unit is pretty impressive, but if you need low noise ... at least with this one that we have, it is kind of a deal breaker.

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(15 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Some specific pros and cons

By Ron-Hoax7

from Penn Valley, CA

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

I?ll attempt a comprehensive review that will, hopefully, offer consumers some concrete information to consider when buying.Pros:1) Offers features that can expand and improve the sound of a solo singer/ guitarist.2) Harmony ?patches? as well as ?Part A/B? foot switch are helpful and easy to use.3) ?Pitch correction? is somewhat helpful, but makes the voice sound overly processed if turned up too much.4) ?Humanize? control can help make the harmony sound much more life-like, (actually lets you set the amount of delay in the harmony).5) ?Gender? control is a useful feature ?Voicing? sounds okay if you don?t exceed the ?high? setting (above) and the ?low" setting (below). If you set it more than one third above or below, it sounds overly processed and fake.6) You must be able to sing mostly on pitch (even with ?pitch correction? engaged), or the harmonizer will produce incorrect notes.7) This system does a decent job of ?reading? your guitar if you stick primarily to major and minor chords. If you try to use more complicated chords system will sometimes produce incorrect harmony notes.8) The system works best while strumming the guitar. If you do much picking, it will sometimes produce incorrect harmony notes.Cons:1) Voice setting of ?higher,? ?octave,? lower? and ?bass? sound so processed they are virtually useless2) I hear no difference when engaging the ?warmth? effect. Maybe because I?m using an old ?tube? type PA??3) Watch your speaker placement, or the system will pick up the guitar signal from your amp and create slight fuzziness and distortion on the guitar sound4) See limitations above describe under ?Pros?-- #6, #7, #8..Conclusion:If you go light on the effects, use it for primarily uncomplicated songs, and are willing to limit the amount of picking (as opposed to strumming) you do, this system can offer some useful improvements to your over all sound. Buy it from a vendor that will let you return it if unsatisfied, and don?t expect miracles. Overall, however, I?m glad I bought it and I?d definitely buy it again. I hope those of you considering buying this pedal will find this information useful.

(12 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Takes your vocals to the next level.

By Doghouse

from Chicago, IL

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

Okay. This is the most interesting device I have ever purchased, and I have had the opportunity to put it through it's paces. And it is difficult to determine where to start, except to say, I wish I had purchased it sooner. It would have cured a lot of embarrassing moments for me. First off, you have to know, I cannot sing, to the point where I refuse to record myself singing. I seem to be tone death only when I hear my own voice. I cannot even tell what to do with my voice to bring it in tune. And now I am not afraid to record myself. Though do not expect miracles. That is not what I am suggesting. I can go from being a terrrible sucky singer to being somewhere between bad and okay. I miss notes but here is the thing, I can tell that I am learning how to sing with this pedal. I hate the sound of my voice, so I pull my voice out of the mix and use one of the harmony voices. I noticed that when I do this, I can turn the pitch correction down which takes away a lot of the autotune sounding stuff. Friends and family do not recognize it as my voice, but at the same time their comments to a recording were "That guy isn't bad. He needs some work, but he isn't bad." And listen - to me - that is a huge compliment. Am I a lead singer now? No way. But I am feeling much more confident with the back-up vox I need to provide for my band.

But here is the other thing, my wife can sing, she is really good, but she lacks confidence. I plugged her into the machine, and we did a cover of Someone Like You - and OMG - Amazing. And for her, it was mostly the engineering functions. Compression. EQ. Warmth. These were the things I played with for her voice, and gave her just a hint - call it a "2" of Pitch Correction. And she nailed Adele. Her comment was that she would feel incredibly comfortable doing acoustic gigs with me, and this is a woman who has never had the confidence to get on stage.

Finally, the kids love it for the Autotune - yes, you can give yourself the T-Pain voice or the BEP effect. Whatever it is called. You can set it to give it a nice recreation for that.

So I found 3 situations where this was an awesome little device in owning just for a week. It took a guy who cannot sing a lick and made him presentable and is helping him learn how to sing. For someone who can, sing I would totally recommend it. It gives a nice tone to the voice. And yes, for the kids out there, you can dial in that autotune style that is popular, and go to town. Definitely useful.

Hence it will take your vocals to the next level. If you suck, you will only be bad to okay. But if you are good it can take you to rock star.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Vocalist Live 3

By John Garner

from S.E. Michigan

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

I owned the Vocalist 2 and upgraded to the 3. Although this unit is not as simple to use as the V2, the added control parameters more than make up for it. Also you have 5 pre-programmable harmony patterns with A B setting and the choice of male/ female harmony voices (giving a total of 10 programs). However with all the parameter settings available, I would suggest you plan to put in quite a few hours of practice before playing.
I played a gig with it this week, and due to the flexibility I could dial in the sound better than the V2. The only concern I had was a tendency for the pedal to "lift" when you stomp on the A/B switch. Also do not expect the pitch correction to fix a missed note - it seems to only be able to fix a limited error.
Much greater span of control vs the Vocalist 2. Includes being able to utilize the reverb and Chorus to the Guitar. Also able to combine the guitar mix and vocal into the Microphone output feed. This means you play and sing solo you do not necessarily need a separate mixing desk.
I have not owned it long enough to be able to rate this well - but everything worked out of the box.
As this unit does not need pre-programing of key's and harmonizes on the fly as you play, it is a very powerful tool, which makes it a great value.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Digitech Vocalist Live 3

By 'Keep Pickin'

from Robertsdale, Ala

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Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

Just received Vocalist Live 3. Tech support assisted me hooking it up to my Fishman Solo Amp SA220. I'm simply amazed. Have messed with it for a couple hours now and the sound is fantastic with the Fishman. Clear and only a slight bit of digital sound effect transmit. Sound appears to be real to a great extent. When I fine tune all I'm sure it will sound even better. I play thru a Taylor 314E acoustic and can't be more satisfied. Again thanks for tech help in set up.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice unit...

By Buck62

from Chicago, Il

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

    I've been using the Vocalist Live 3 (professionally) for 2 and 1/2 years now. Don't believe the negative reviews, especially when the same guy posts multiple bad reviews. This little machine is above and beyond what you'd expect from a vocal harmonizer, and it'd built like a tank.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    More versetile

    By Sunset

    from Oklahoma

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • Powerful
    • Professional Functions
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances

      Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

      I have been a professional entertainer for 50 years. I have played in country, folk, and rock bands. I am a harmony freak. Got tired of being in bands where the other vocalists could not sing harmony and when they tried it was usually the same note I was singing or sounded like a hound dog with a sore throat. I bought the Digitec Performer and thought that was good until I heard the Live 3. I bought it when it first hit the market and have used it for a long time, three nights a week every week. It is very easy to use live. I change in and out of harmony many times in a song. My guitarist uses the live 2 and we have to stop so he can make some changes on it. I have replaced the harmony switch but that was minor. Love the unit, could not go back to listening to people trying to sing harmony when they haven't a clue what it is. All of my friends have purchased the Live 3's and love them. Our group is now just a trio because that is all we need.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Better sound quality

      By MCPitch

      from Ocala, FL

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Powerful
      • Professional Functions
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • Limited Functions

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

      I know this unit is designed to be a floor stomp-box, but I can't easily make adjustments during performance other than to step on one of the three switches. I mounted this unit in a waist-high tray so that I can change the settings while performing and click the switches manually instead of using my foot. It would be nice to have the option of hooking up a foot switch like on my old Digitech Vocalist Performer. The sound of the harmonies and input gain level are far superior on the new unit, however. Also, the pitch correction comes in handy when I am having vocal fatigue and have to push hard to hit notes at the top of my range! I wish the echo repeat parameters were more adjustable. The three choices are rather limited in scope.

      (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      VL3 beats G-XT in side-by-side run

      By Rejyna

      from California & Ohio

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      Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

      Today my DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 arrived from MF and I just finished a 5 hour run rehearsal with it. As I have posted at length on Harmony Central, this is to be the backup unit for my Vocalist Live Pro, which is currently getting a factory refurb ? it just stopped booting and it was past factory warranty. I had the VL3 plugged in and set for sound in minutes. My Ovation into the guitar input, and the guitar thru to a channel on my mixer. Then my headset mic into the VL3 and the VL3 XLR out?s to the mixer. This all goes to a stereo Crown amp into to two 15+horn Peavey cabs.To be succinct, the VL3 sounds excellent! Of course the VLPro is better hands down and I will continue to rely on it for my longer shows, but for smaller gigs, rehearsals and writing, the Vocalist Live 3 is what I was looking for. I already posted my research pros and cons of the VL3 against the TC Helicon G-XT on Harmony Central. I had originally wanted the TC G-XT because of the additional features, but when I tried them side-by-side at GC, the DigiTech won me over because it sounded more real and full, and it was better at ?guessing? where the harmonies should go during chord changes and fingerpicking.. After this first workout with it, I am happy that I picked the Vocalist Live 3. It was very easy to get up and running (especially compared to the learning curve I had with the VLPro) and it sounds really good. CAUTION: You need to sing on steady pitch, you will have to adjust your lead vocal lines to compensate for the scalic limitations of the unit, you will have to play simpler guitar parts during harmony sections so you don?t confuse it and you must resist the urge to overuse it :-) It seems built tough enough to last and the buttons aren?t as loud as I expected. I would like USB, headphone out and more presets, but that is what DigiTech has put into the Vocalist Live 5. For the price of the VL5, I would still go for the VLPro but for the good deal I got on the VL3, it will be more than just a backup. Well worth the price. I will post vids to my YouTube as soon as I can - Enjoy the VL3!

      (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      I Want My Vocalist 2 Back!

      By itisihere

      from Az.

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      Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

      I have used the Vocalist 2 for the last couple years. And it sounds great! It was very easy to get the mix I desired. But it sang its last song on New Years Eve in the middle of the gig. I was very excited about getting the new upgraded Vocalist 3. I have had it for about a month now. And I kept telling myself it must be something I have adjusted wrong? But I spent hours and hours adjusting everything in it every way it can be adjusted. And still no matter what I do,it sounds like an off key backup singer and feeds back whenever I hit the harmony button.Unless my mic is so low you can`t hear it. Never had this problem with the Vocalist 2. I absolutly hate this crapy pedal! I am for sure going to get rid of it and find another Vocalist Live 2. And this time I`ll buy 2 of them in case after a couple years it also breaks.Now that they have discontinued the V2 I don`t even want to think how bad the next upgraded one could be! More knobs and cooler look don`t mean nothing if it don`t sound as good!

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Hey, I love this thing!

      By Smitty

      from Burlington, CO

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Easy To Use
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • High Priced
      • Lots Of Cables Underfoot

      Best Uses

      • Dances
      • Events
      • Jamming
      • Performances

      Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

      This thing works great! I got the DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal 3 weeks ago, and have used it at a Gig and for Jamming every weekend since. It sounds Great, it's as if the Angels are singing along. I have found it to be easy to use right out of the box. I can plug it into our PA for Big Gigs, or just into my Fishman Loudbox for smaller shows. It seems like it will be rugged enough to survive the pounding that the equipment gets when being loaded and unloaded all of the time. The preset Harmonys are good, but it is nice to be able to add your own touch. I love the built in tuner. The only trouble I have had, was with the extra cables it takes. Small dark stages, and extra tripping hazards can be dangerous. The price was just under $300 which seemed kind of high, but now that I have seen the crowds reaction when I step on the Harmony button, I won't be without it.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      AWESOME!!!

      By rilo1usa

      from Deadwood, SD

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Professional Functions
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        Right out of the box this thing was a lot of fun. First time out got many comments about our (three piece group) tight harmonies, including one from a professional singer in the audience! Makes me think like a choir director, and realize I gotta work through ALL my songs now...it does take some getting used to. Headphone out would be nice. So would an easier way to switch harmony button from momentary to toggle without going into set-up. Could we maybe even see "ooohs" and "aaahs" in the future? This has put a lot of fun back in my music!

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        SCORE !!!

        By Bill Proctor

        from Tulsa Ok. area

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        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        Love the control you have with it.
        I've wondered about these proccessors for a while, just recently bought one. This thing is amazing. I will be using it alot in my shows. Vocals are not my fellow band members strong point. so this is the perfect cure for my need of backup vocals.. straight out of the box, i set this up with all settings to 50%, and then with some minor adjustments, Botta Bing, 1 or 2 professional backup singers...Buy one, you won't regret it. if your a guitarist-singer you need this....
        Works fine
        Worth every $$$

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        But Not With A Keyboard

        By gpalmer

        from Pawleys Island, SC

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        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        The Digitech Live 3 gives great, realistic harmonies. However, if you are a sequencer, it will not reliably harmonize with a keyboard playing multiple tracks. It seems to get overloaded and confused. Playing live, with just the keyboard, and no sequenced tracks or channels, it is fine. With a guitar, it is very good, only sometimes not recognizing quick major to minor chord changes.

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great product

        By Irish Cricket

        from New England

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        I had previously used the Vocalist 4 which was great, but really ate up a lot of floor space and had way too many features that I'd never use. The Vocalist 3 is much smaller and has plenty of presets. The guitar effects are very handy and the harmonies are perfect. I'm not crazy about the new push-button pedals, as they are noisier than the other ones. It's fine in a noisy room, but in a quieter setting, everyone can hear you switching. Also, the power supply won't work in most powered pedal boards, so you'll have to power this individually. Otherwise, a GREAT board for a solo guitar player!

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Amazing Right Out of the Box

        By Doug-sMJhp

        from Pennsylvania

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        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        This is the first review I've felt compelled to write - the Vocalist Live 3 is amazing right out of the box. With no setup at all, the harmonies and voicings were great. I'm still playing with all the features, but if you're a guitarist who sings, this is a great device to have. It allows for a wide range of both gutiar and vocal effects in the same unit. I played a Breedlove acoustic/electric and a Sure SM58 mic through it, and ran it into a Fender Acoustasonic amp, with great results. One thing to note: it uses stereo XLR outputs, so if you're running it into a mixer, no problem - you'll just need to use two of the mixer's inputs. However, if you're running it into an acoustic amp or anything else with only one mic input, you'll want to run it into a small mic mixer first, and then into the amp. The Samson S-Combine works well (which is passive and requires no power source), as would the ArtCessories ProMix (which is powered). I researched all the major harmonizers on the market, and this new model is a great combination of features and price-point, and the pedal-based functionality gives it a familiar feel for guitarists. You'll be amazed when you hear yourself with pitch-corrected, multi-part harmonies blending seamlessly with your voice!

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Neat little box

        By amstar52

        from McAllen, Texas and Robinson, IL

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        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Easy To Use
        • Harmonies Are So Cool
        • Powerful
        • Professional Functions
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Larger Footswitch
        • No Cons

        Best Uses

        • Perfect For 1 Man Band

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        Don't read all the people's bad reviews, this machine really enhances a person singing voice. All I can say for them is quit complaining and read how to operate it... Great singing device!!
        I was singing at a park and people could not believe what they were hearing.... If you are interest in improving your performance, then buy this, RIGHT NOW!! You won't believe your ears...

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Does the job--sometimes

        By jglunt

        from Arizona

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        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Easy To Use

        Cons

        • Poor Quality Duplicates
        • Unreliable

        Best Uses

        • Performances

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        While the sound quality and versatility of the vocal sounds you can get with harmonies are admirable, this unit seems to have real difficulty interpreting even the simplest of 4 note chords coming from the guitar. For example, the harmonies might sound fine on a C chord, but play a C7 and the Vocalist doesn't seem to know what to do. Also, let's say while you're playing that C chord, you're singing a G note down to an E. If you hit an F in the middle--a natural thing to do--the Vocalist gets easily lost when you sing the F note. These traits are, at the very least, aggravating.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Great piece of gear

        By NGEL

        from Huntley, IL

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        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Difficult To Use

        Best Uses

        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        The unit does what it says. It is not easy to use but reading the manual and watching some online videos about it made it much easier. It is slightly noisy (noticed this while using headphones) but not noticeable playing live. It is rugged and convenient.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Like there are 3 of me!

        By Da Bassplayer

        from Mid-Missouri

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        Pros

        • Built Like A Tank
        • Easy To Use
        • Powerful
        • Professional Functions

        Cons

        • No Negatives For Me

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Performances
        • Take it anywhere

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

        Takes no time to be able to produce 2or 3 part harmony, male or female. Just plug it in and go. You might have to focus on hitting the right guitar chord either just before or exactly when you sing...if you sing before the chord it might not be the correct harmony...but it adjusts quickly. Digitec has been the bomb for this for many years, and it's still the best.

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        4.0

        works as advertised

        By dac-22

        from Hampton, NH

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        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Easy To Use
        • Versatile

        Cons

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            Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 Vocal Harmony Processor Pedal:

            Fun to use.

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