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DigiTech Vocalist LIVE 5 Vocal Harmony and Effects Processor  

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Overview

  • Automatically follows your guitar chords to generate the correct vocal harmonies using musIQ
  • Add up to 4 additional voices of harmony
  • Gender control allows you to give the harmonies a male and/or female voice
Description & Specs
  • MSRP:
    $699.95
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    - $300.00
  • Your Price:
    $39995

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Automatically generates up to 4 perfect vocal harmonies to complement your own voice.

The Vocalist Live 5 adds up to four additional warm, natural-sounding harmonies to your lead vocals. The Live 5 automatically follows your vocals and chord progression using patented musIQ technology so you don't have to program a song's key or key changes. Just step on the footswitch while you're playing to fill the room with pitch-perfect backup vocals. You can even have the harmonies sound male or female, and increase their human factor for an organic, realistic sound.

The Live 5 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 two-band EQ. Add in reverb, delay, and a built-in tuner, and you've got an indispensable tool that will have you turning heads and inspiring applause like never before.

musIQ Makes The Live 5 So Easy To Use
musIQ is a revolutionary technology that eliminates the need 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 5, play your guitar and sing. The musIQ technology will ensure the harmonies are always right on.

The Live 5 Gives You More
• Intelligent 5-part harmony, your voice plus 4 more
• Vocal effects: up to 5 parameters of Preamp, compressor/gate, lead effects, harmony, reverb, echo/delay
• Guitar effects: Reverb, Chorus, Flange
• Mix Vocal, Harmony and guitar effects
• Gender controls allows you to give the harmonies a male or female voice
• Humanize adjust the natural sound of the harmonies from loose to tight
• 100 Presets to save vocal effects and harmony settings, each with an A and B parts for quick, easy changes on-stage
• Real-time Chromatic Pitch Correction
• Built-in Guitar Tuner
• Updated industrial design with 5 metal vacuum switches
• Staggered button footswitch layout – footswitches are staggered on 2 tier making it easier to use on stage, ensuring you don't hit the wrong button

Features

  • Automatically follows your guitar chords to generate the correct vocal harmonies using musIQ
  • Add up to 4 additional voices of harmony
  • Gender control allows you to give the harmonies a male and/or female voice
  • Humanize adjusts the natural sound of the harmonies from loose to tight
  • Adjustable/Natural sounding, real-time pitch correction
  • Add different kinds of vocal effects from radio, delay, distortion, and more.
  • Staggered button footswitch layout
  • 5 metal vacuum switches
  • Sturdy and durable black metal chassis
  • Bright, easy-to-read LED display
  • 100 Presets
  • A/B Patch per preset
  • A/B Patch footswitch

Let the Live 5 add new dimensions to your vocals. Order today.

 

Vocalist LIVE 5 Vocal Harmony and Effects Processor Specifications:

  • Frequency Response:
  • Line Level Inputs and Outputs: +0, –3dB 30Hz to 20kHz
  • Distortion (THD+IMD):
  • Line-Level Inputs to Line-Level Outputs < 0.03%
  • Input Level at max, 0dBu 1kHz tone.
  • Analog Inputs
  • Guitar Input and Thru
  • Connectors: 1/4" unbalanced TS connectors
  • Max input level: 3.4 Vrms
  • Impedance: 3M Ohms unbalanced
  • Mic Input
  • Connector: XLR female
  • Max input level, gain at max: –27dBu (–12.5dBu in limit)
  • Max input level, gain at min: –1.5dBu
  • Impedance: 1.3k Ohms balanced
  • Line Input
  • Connector: 1/4" unbalanced TS connector
  • Max input level, gain at max: –8dBu (+5.5dBu in limit)
  • Max input level, gain at min: +18.5dBu
  • Impedance: 12k Ohms unbalanced
  • Aux Input
  • Connector: 3.5mm unbalanced stereo TRS connector
  • Impedance: 33k Ohms unbalanced
  • Converters
  • 24-bit Analog to Digital Converter
  • Dynamic Range: >97dB, A-weighted, –60dB fullscale input
  • Crosstalk: –85dB @ 1kHz
  • Sample Rate: 44.1kHz
  • 24-bit Digital to Analog Converter
  • Dynamic Range: >110dB, A-weighted, –60dB fullscale input
  • Crosstalk: –130dB @ 1kHz
  • Sample Rate: 44.1kHz
  • Analog Outputs
  • Line Outputs
  • Connectors: 1/4" balanced/unbalanced TRS, XLR balanced
  • Max output level: +19.9dBu balanced, +13.9dBu unbalanced
  • Impedance: 1560 Ohms balanced, 780 Ohms unbalanced
  • Dynamic Range: >102dB, A-weighted
  • THD+N: < 0.03% @ 1kHz
  • Headphone Output
  • Connector: 3.5mm unbalanced stereo TRS connector
  • Max output level: +12.6dBu
  • Impedance: 10 Ohms
  • Expression Pedal:
  • The Vocalist® Live 5 can use either a standard passive guitar volume pedal or a resistance-based expression pedal. If using a standard guitar volume pedal, it should use a 250 kOhms or higher pot. If using an expression pedal, it must offer a TRS connection and offer a minimum resistance of 10kOhms.
  • Signal Processing:
  • Freescale DSP56367 DSP with custom firmware. All signal processing takes place at 44.1KHz sample rates, native.
  • Power:
  • US and Canada: 120 VAC, 60 Hz Adapter: PS0913B-120
  • Japan: 100 VAC, 50/60 Hz Adapter: PS0913B-100
  • Europe: 230 VAC, 50 Hz Adapter: PS0913B-230
  • UK: 240 VAC, 50 Hz Adapter: PS0913B-240
  • Dimensions:
  • 8.25" Length x 14.18" Width x 2.08" Height
  • Weight:
  • Approximately 3.3 lbs.
  • Environment:
  • Operating Temp: 32-104 degrees F, (0-40 C)
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DigiTechVocalist LIVE 5 Vocal Harmony and Effects Processor
 
2.3

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(3 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Vocal 300 is better

By Abe-ik.8a

from Wisconsin

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lots of options
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Big drop in quality

Best Uses

    Comments about DigiTech Vocalist LIVE 5 Vocal Harmony and Effects Processor:

    I have been using the vocal 300 for years and was hoping the live 5 would be a step up in quality aswell as options but after perchasing I relised that the sound quality was not as good, so I've gone back to using the vocal 300. The live 5 has a very tinny sound as if you were singing through a cheap mic.

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    (40 of 41 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    MUST HAVE

    Comments about DigiTech Vocalist LIVE 5 Vocal Harmony and Effects Processor:

    I've already expressed more than most will care to read on how well I like this product.
    The only reason I didn't give this a 10, it would be great if you could use a keyboard in addition to a guitar. Having said that, there is nothing negative that I can think of concerning this product. Mine was purchased when they first came out, and I had to wait 6 months to receive it. Once received, I didn't mind the backorder in the least bit since I was so blown away by what it could do. Several months went by before I discovered certain solo presets, one allowing me to sing as low as any bass singer you can think of. The presets are so great, that I have done very little tweaking on my own. User friendly is not good enough to describe the use of this effects processor. In fact, I left it in the box for 2 weeks before I opened it due to the fear of not knowing how to use it. All you have to do is hook it up, then scroll through the presets to find a sound your looking for. Even though the processor doesn't use their name on the preset. It doesn't take a great deal to know that it is the tight harmony of the Eagles. There are so many things you can do with this processor, I don't have the time nor memory to think of all of the features. If you are a solo singer who plays and sings without backup vocals, YOU NEED THIS. If your a band that has no harmony singers for the person up front. Not only will it improve your vocals, it will improve your band. However, don't make the mistake and use more than one person singing through this processor. Keep in mind, the vocals you hear are all yours stacked up and down. If the lead vocal goes off pitch, all of the other vocal parts go off also. There is a pitch correction, but sometimes we go off so badly that nothing can help. If your wanting to make those your playing in front of think the whole band is singing when they can't. You would be better to have all the mics off but the lead singer, and have the other band members lip sink. The only people who would know that the harmony wasn't coming from the whole group, and a processor was being used. Would be someone like me who has played music for more than 45 years, and has a recording studio. Please listen when I tell you this, because it really sounds bad when several people are singing through this effects pedal. The solo pedal also has many things you can do to improve your vocals, or make them sound like a robot or some other creature. At the same time, it can make a metal singer have more scream in their vocals, more blues in a blues singer, and the list goes on. If something happened to my processor today, I would purchase another one within a couple of days. Out of all of the high dollar equipment I have (guitars, amps, recorders, keyboards, drums, etc), this one makes more of a difference than all of the others. For example; A song may call for a Gibson LP over my Marshall JVM410H half stack. Even so, I could get my PRS McCarty with some pedals and use my Fender Twin Reverb if I had to. Yes, I would loose some punch or other type of sound, but I could make it work. However, there is no way I can come up with 4 backup vocals at 2am on Monday night. As my title stated, this product is a must for any individual needing harmony with their singing
    I have mine for a few years and have not had the first problem out of it.
    It may seem high in price, but when you consider that a high quality guitar or amp will cost over 2 or 3 thousands dollars each. This is a small price to pay for the amount of music it will bring into your life.

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    (9 of 32 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Vocalist Live Pedal Upgrade

    By Terry Taylor

    from Midwest

    Comments about DigiTech Vocalist LIVE 5 Vocal Harmony and Effects Processor:

    The jury is still out until I learn how to use this thing.
    I've been using a VL 2 pedal for about three years and have been very happy with the performance in live gigs. The harmonies are great and its easy to set up and use thanks to the clear buttons and large pedal switches. After reading the features and specs on the VL 3 and 5 models I had to have one. In particular, I was looking for more voices, the humanizing effect and being able to add female voices to the mix.
    I bought the 5 for myself last week and am absolutely lost! I read the manual cover to cover but am still in the dark as to how to hook up an external volume or expression pedal.
    The selection of voice combinations is amazing but you must preset everything, ie. you cannot simply push buttons to set them up as you could on the VL2. Some of the presets are nice but most are not labeled as to which voices are included, (Example: 2 above / 1 below, etc.) so you have to memorize the names of multiple settings.
    I rehearsed this weekend with my group and kept hitting the wrong button thanks to the tiny silver switches that replaced the large black plastic ones.
    I've got a Vocal 300 pedal and think I will try to use it to control reverb, compression and volume and use the VL5 strictly for harmonies just to keep things straight when I'm performing.
    I'm going to look for some help on operating this thing on the internet. Like the GNX4 unit, you really need to take a class to be able to use it.
    If its like the VL2, it should be fine.

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