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A rack-mountable vocal harmony processor that gives you the control.

The Digitech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor enables you to generate live multi-part vocal harmonies accompanied by your keyboard or guitar. Singers can now have their own line of back-up singers harmonizing in perfect pitch.

How the magic happens:
The harmony effects processor utilizes the musIQ technology that combines new Note Detection algorithms from your guitar or keyboard. Along with state-of-the-art Harmony Generation, and the raw power of AudioDNA2, the Vocalist Live Pro can create real-time harmonies with your live voice that are in key and perfectly on pitch.

Packed full of world-class features:
With all that processing power, Digitech was able to pack it full of other features as well. Including world-class Lexicon Reverbs, Soundcraft low-noise studio-grade mic preamp, real-time pitch correction for each voice, individual persona and gender selection per voice, configurable outputs, tuner, 99 user factory presets and more.

Footswitch not included.


FEATURES
  • 3 or 4 part vocal harmony using the musIQ technology with MIDI that analyzes the guitar and keyboard signal according to chord recognition
  • Selectable unison, 3rd, 5th or octave above or below of lead vocal Pitch correction for each individual voice with 4 adjustable parameters
  • Lead vocal and harmony effects; Compressor, Lexicon Licensed Reverbs and EQ, Persona models Edit, store and recall 99 user, or 99 factory presets
  • On board guitar tuner
  • XLR mic /line w/ level adjustment, Soundcraft studio grade preamp and 48V phantom power
  • L/R Stereo 1/4" aux outputs, L/R XLR main outputs, S/PDIF out, ground lift, selectable output routings
  • MIDI in/thru
  • USB for preset Librarian and exchange
  • Footswitch and expression pedal jacks for remote control of presets and effects  (Footswitch not included)

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DigiTechVocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor
 
4.2

(based on 13 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

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80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Home studio (5)
  • Amateur recording (3)
  • Outdoor events / games (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Lieves up to it's advertising

Digitech Vocalist Live Pro, used in a guitar/bass/drums trio for classic funk, disco and country rock. Live it's controlled off the guitar, in the studio with MIDI. After a short...Read complete review

Digitech Vocalist Live Pro, used in a guitar/bass/drums trio for classic funk, disco and country rock. Live it's controlled off the guitar, in the studio with MIDI. After a short time practicing with the unit, controlling the harmonies with the guitar-to-MusIQ became very intuitive. Even suspensions, rootless voicings and raised ninths yield useful harmonies with a little forethought. After a chord is established fingerpicking will not confuse it (usually!) Very impressive voices. Not 100 percent natural, but choosing the right voicings for a song can make it very hard to detect the artifice. The native patches are very useful, and I've used the more extreme FX with my plain vanilla James Taylor-esque voice to do a convincing Black Eyed Peas. I slightly augment my natural voice with the FX all the time now, helps a lot when you sing four sets alone. I like being able to turn lead voice FX, harmonies and reverbs on and off separately on the front panel. I strongly recommend a footswitch, (I have the FS3X) to kick the harmonies in and out on the fly. Lots of tweakables for studio apps. This thing just feels good to use.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

This is not studio equipment

I was excited about the release of the Vocalist Pro like others in the Vocalist support forums. The idea of integrating a harmony processor into my digital studio and triggering this rack using MIDI...Read complete review

I was excited about the release of the Vocalist Pro like others in the Vocalist support forums. The idea of integrating a harmony processor into my digital studio and triggering this rack using MIDI or guitar was really exciting. The rack is a nice piece of equipment and but it is not studio worthy. They should have just kept this thing a pedal and expanded it to MIDI. I say this because DigiTech offers no visual editor for this thing. You will find after you use it for a while that the presets are pretty bad and you will want to tweak things. They give you plenty of params to tweak but you are gonna be stooping over dialing and pressing buttons only have to go sing into a mic to test it. Trust me and spend your money on a software plugin instead. DigiTech doesn't even seem to care enough to repsond to their own forums about this. Really sucks cause this thing had potential. I get a very solid impression that we all paid for the R&D and they have abandoned us.

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5.0

Fabulous!

By Dr. Roy

from Georgia

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Powerful
  • Professional Functions
  • Sweet Presets with room for custom settings!
  • Versatile

Cons

  • NONE!

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • I do Global & National Star Concert Tours. Nice!
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

As a Legendary Recording & Performing Artist I am also a very choosy with the gear I use. After researching and trying this unit out, it blew away the competition!

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4.0

GREAT PRODUCT!!

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By Wayne

from USA

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Pros

  • Great for adding bck-vox's in the studio or live
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Does't come with foot controller
  • Need more software to control it on computer..
  • No info on how to set this up for studio use..

Best Uses

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

Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

I got this board after I seen it used and thought it would be a great tool to have in my studio for doing quick harmonies. I have it setup up with my DAW to track each harmony voice to it's own track for complete control as if I was recording 4 vocalists. I did a duet, trio, quartet and even created a choir...I just wish they would update their editing software to run in windows 10 64-bit DigiTech as well as software that would control this until from within my PC/DAW. The Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor so far has performed great and I hope to do a lot more with it in the future...

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5.0

I would buy this unit again

By Vitaliy

from Brooklyn, NY

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Versatile
  • Very easy to create patches. One knob does all

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio

    Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

    Out of my curiosity I plugged my keyboard into guitar input - it works great. So it is possible to use none MIDI keyboards.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Quality rack-mount Vocal Prosessor

    By Jimmy

    from Durham, NC

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Clear Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home Studio

      Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

      Digitech makes quality items. This Rackmount should have the pitch correction function like the Vocalist Live stompbox has. Very small buttons with unlighted labeling make for hard to see and manipulate controls.

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      4.0

      guestion Digitech Live pro

      By Vocalist player

      from Netherlands

      Pros

      • Professional Functions

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

        I have a Digitech Live Pro for four years now. However, I have hardly used it so far. I would like to use it more often, both in duo formations as well as in a five-person band. I buy this live pro buy Bax shop in Goes, Netherlands. They don't have the richt answer So i hope you have.

        On my Nord Stage 2 I sometimes play songs in a different key than what the band plays. For example, originally the band plays in Cis, while I play in C. Unfortunately the harmony does not sound pure. It does though, when I play and sing in C.
        If I pitch-up a song let's say 5 taps or keys, but play in C, it does not sound well. It's falls. Which settings do I need to make sure the harmony remains in tact after transposing?

        Does it have anything to do with 'receive' or 'sent' on the Nord Stage 2 or Live Pro? When I transpose the and on the Nord I play the same accords, then it sounds not good.
        I hope my description is clear and look forward to receiving your support. Thank you in advance.

        Best regards,
        Henk

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        (9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Lieves up to it's advertising

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

        Digitech Vocalist Live Pro, used in a guitar/bass/drums trio for classic funk, disco and country rock. Live it's controlled off the guitar, in the studio with MIDI. After a short time practicing with the unit, controlling the harmonies with the guitar-to-MusIQ became very intuitive. Even suspensions, rootless voicings and raised ninths yield useful harmonies with a little forethought. After a chord is established fingerpicking will not confuse it (usually!) Very impressive voices. Not 100 percent natural, but choosing the right voicings for a song can make it very hard to detect the artifice. The native patches are very useful, and I've used the more extreme FX with my plain vanilla James Taylor-esque voice to do a convincing Black Eyed Peas. I slightly augment my natural voice with the FX all the time now, helps a lot when you sing four sets alone. I like being able to turn lead voice FX, harmonies and reverbs on and off separately on the front panel. I strongly recommend a footswitch, (I have the FS3X) to kick the harmonies in and out on the fly. Lots of tweakables for studio apps. This thing just feels good to use.

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        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Digitech Vocalist Live Pro-best one yet!

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

        I bought this unit about a year ago and it exceeded my expectations. It has a nice color screen that is easy to read in a dark club. Very good build quality, front panel controls operate smoothly. It has 4 outputs so individual voices can be mixed separately when recording or live. Also has and additional output for the lead voice to send to FOH sound man so lead vocal is never overpowered by harmonies. Digitech licensed Lexicon effects and a Soundcraft Preamp, so there?s proven quality built in.I provide MIDI data via a separate track on my sequencer so the harmonies are 100% accurate. It is also possible to sing Acapulco with no MIDI data by selecting what key and what scale to use for a song; the unit can be set for what vocal intervals you want (above and below) to accompany the lead vocal. It also has MusicIQ that works pretty well for a guitarist that provide chords to the unit while they sing. I prefer MIDI data for the best accuracy.The factory preset provide a nice variety of usable harmonies that can be edited and saved to a User preset. This unit comes with USB connection and with the free software, you can backup your User patches, and then reload them in different locations that are more convenient, or put in sequential order. This unit has a hot output so the unit is very quiet even when you crank up the vocals. The User Interface is easy to operate, even though this has a ton of great features built in. You can walk through each category and select what you want and save it. I suggest looking through all the specs to get a handle on how many great features it has.It sounds great. No chip monks in this box. Many people that have heard me play asked me how I got all the voices and asked if I was using real audio or recordings. Very realistic. This unit is a bargain for the price, considering what it can do.

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        (3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        JUNK

        By rplmusicman

        from Thibodaux, Louisiana

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

        The first unit I bought died after about 2 weeks. It just froze. Replacement unit lasted about a year and froze. The latency and the overall quality is terrible. Stay away from this unit.

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        (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        This is not studio equipment

        By hazyEgg

        from North Carolina

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

        I was excited about the release of the Vocalist Pro like others in the Vocalist support forums. The idea of integrating a harmony processor into my digital studio and triggering this rack using MIDI or guitar was really exciting. The rack is a nice piece of equipment and but it is not studio worthy. They should have just kept this thing a pedal and expanded it to MIDI. I say this because DigiTech offers no visual editor for this thing. You will find after you use it for a while that the presets are pretty bad and you will want to tweak things. They give you plenty of params to tweak but you are gonna be stooping over dialing and pressing buttons only have to go sing into a mic to test it. Trust me and spend your money on a software plugin instead. DigiTech doesn't even seem to care enough to repsond to their own forums about this. Really sucks cause this thing had potential. I get a very solid impression that we all paid for the R&D and they have abandoned us.

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        (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Impressive indeed

        By hotfastguitar

        from San Jose

        Comments about DigiTech Vocalist Live Pro Vocal Harmony Processor:

        This is NOT a magic bullet. If you cannot sing in tune it aint gonna fix that in a convincing way. I am however lucky enough to have good pitch, and am astounded at how well the basic settings right out of the box work. Do the glenn frey part in seven bridges road by the eagles while using patch 43-seven bridges....then slip into the don henley bridge, and lsiten carefully to how well it covers. It aint perfect however. It isnt smart enough to know when a pedal tone is being used as part of the bed so you have to srum the chords or risk the harmony parts slipping all over the place. The patches I find myself using most are actually the simple unisons on patch 7 and 8, and a few of the other presets have me jazzed as well. Bang for the buck cannot be beat. Mic pre sounds very warm compared to my Mackie ONYX 1200F but I record through them both as well as with all four of the outs for individual voice control. I use it with an MAudio Sputnik and through the 1200F directly into the Mac at 48K. The next gen should be even better as the technology matures, but this thing is staying in my rack permanently. I would not hesitate to use it live,

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