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TC-Helicon Unveils VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition Vocal Processor

Enhance mic preamp, new presets, twice the looping memory and more

The new TC-Helicon VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition offers twice the looping memory of the original VoiceLive2, as well as an enhanced microphone preamp, new presents, and an extruded aluminum chassis.

VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition delivers auto-adaptive compression and equalization, reverbs, delays, modulation effects, harmony processing, doubling, and more.

All effects can be combined, tweaked and stored as personal presets.

VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition’s on-board looper now records for twice the loop time compared to the original version, which allows singers to build layers of vocal loops up to 30 seconds in stereo (60 seconds in mono) for instant enjoyment as well as for a source of inspiration.

VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition is a limited run. In the U.S., Musician’s Friend is the exclusive dealer, and they (and their customers) have offered contributions to the design and scope of the product.

In the rest of the world, VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition will be available through regular TC-Helicon dealers.

Availability is July, 2011.

VoiceLive 2 Extreme Edition Features
• Twice the looping memory (time) as the original VoiceLive 2.
• Enhanced microphone preamp for transparancy.
• New extruded aluminum chassis.
• Based on the original VoiceLive 2.
• Limited number of units – only one exclusive batch.


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