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TC-Helicon Joins Fits & Starts HOW-TO Church Sound Workshop 2012 Tour

TC-Helicon is proud to announce that it is partnering with Fits & Starts Productions and the HOW-TO Church Sound Workshops on the 2012 HOW-TO National Sound Training Tour. TC-Helicon products, including VoiceLive Rack and the VoiceLive Play, will be showcased on the HOW-TO 36-city tour as an integral part of the sound training workshops.

VoiceLive Rack is based on the renowned effects engine that also powers amazing TC-Helicon units like VoiceLive Touch and VoiceLive 2, which basically means that all imaginable types of effects for vocals are covered.  Setting up a smooth producer-like vocal sound is as fast as it is easy, including digtal recall of a complete Mic Channel with gain and phantom settings. Of course, it’s the wide palette of included effects that offers virtually endless possibilities for the open-minded vocalist – a one-way ticket to ‘The Land of Opportunities’ for adventurous singers everywhere.

VoiceLive Play is a new take on a compact multi effects unit for singers, and so much more.  It is packed with TC-Helicon’s pro-level effects tailored specifically for vocalists and state-of-the-art harmony processing. VoiceLive Play gives you hundreds of song & artist presets to choose from, helping you create amazing vocals. Plug in your MP3 player and sing along with your favorite tracks or create instant HIT effects for your own songs.  Engage the Practice feature and instantly see how on, or off, key you are.  A useful tool for worship leaders everywhere.

Each year the HOW-TO Church Sound Workshops, now in their 10th year, train 1,500-2,000 worship sound techs and volunteers who represent more than 600+ churches. TC products will be used in hands-on demonstrations to show how effective the products can be for live sound use. See for 2012 tour schedule and where you can see TC products in action.

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