TC - Helicon

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Member Since: Sep 22, 2002

I notice one of the companies in the u.k is selling the "T.C Helicon voice prism" for 599 u.k pounds. Were these a success for creating vocal harmony or were they a bit of a failure? Anyone ever used one of these? I've read the reviews on harmony central but they seem a bit indecisive.

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Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Nov 11, 2002 09:22 pm

I have never used one, but as you stated, I have neither read anything really saying they were very good. If you can find one, look for something from DigiTech in their Vocalist line of product's. They are very good for multi part harmony, very programable and the harmony part's can be programed to follow along with a midi note patern.

If you get really lucky and have some money to invest, look for an Eventide Harmonizer, any generation will do. These are one of the best vocal and just plain Effect's processor's on the market. A little pricey but worth every penny if ay got it.

By the way, do you know what 599 u.k. pound's convert's to in US dollar's. If it is cheap enough the T.C. might be worth a shot anyway to start with.

Since: Sep 09, 2002

Nov 11, 2002 10:43 pm

that should convert to about $900 USD

Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Nov 12, 2002 08:00 pm

For that much money you can buy several of the DigiTech vocalist's. And at that price, I think you could find a good used Eventide Harmonizer.

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