I really enjoy listening to indie bands, and I’ve been noticing the use of more and more effects on the vocals. Effects I classically hear is heavy reverb. If this is part of the sound you’re going for, and you gig, you probably run into issues of sound guys either unwilling to provide you with the reverb, or the board itself can’t do it, or the ‘web signal’ is only to the mains and not in the monitors. As a vocalist/musician, it’s important to consistently hear your ‘sound’. Even if you’re not on the heavy to extreme side of things, the consistency AND the control is great to have.
TC Helicon Voice Tone Mic Mechanic Vocal Effects Pedal is a simple pedal that can give you that control. There are a few vocal processors out there, but like I’ve mentioned in past posts, I’m a huge fan of *simple*.. and the TC Helicon Voice Tone Mic Mechanic is super simple. Controls include on/off footswitch, Mic gain input level, style selector, dry/wet control and Tone on/off. The tone button provides EQ, de-essing, etc. I don’t think these parameters are adjustable though. Check out this video:
Pretty cool right? Vocalists might be interested in this guy for sure. Today, I found a deal on the TC Helicon Voice Tone Mic Mechanic Vocal Effects Pedal. This pedal lists for $205 and is usually available for $150, but is currently on sale at Amazon for only $125 and includes FREE shipping! At the time of this post, there were 15 units in stock. As usually, when stock count drops, the price may go up. So if you’re interested in this pedal, you better jump on it!
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