Harmonies for Keyboardists
The VoiceTone Harmony-M continues TC Helicon’s tradition of creating amazing vocal tools, providing a perfectly crafted harmony. This is the perfect pedal for singing keyboardists looking to add vocal harmonies to their sound on a live stage. Harmony-M is a vocal harmony and effects pedal for singing keyboardists that analyzes the voice and MIDI input to produce musically correct, tight harmonies as well as intelligently mixing effects, EQ, dynamics and levels. With intelligent arrangement of 2-harmony voices based on MIDI and voice input, Harmony-M is an essential tool for singing keyboardists.
TC Helicon VoiceTone Harmony-M at a Glance:
- Vocal Harmony in a Pedal
- Complete Control
- Superb Quality
Vocal Harmony in a Pedal
Are you looking to turn heads at every gig and rehearsal with your singing? You will with VoiceTone Harmony-M, the smartest vocal harmony and effects device you’re likely to plug your MIDI keyboard and mic into. Harmony-M simultaneously gives you two backup harmony singers and realistic vocal doubling with effortless MIDI control. Also included are the live engineer effects that automatically optimize your vocals with adaptive compression, EQ and de-essing. And all of this feeds into rich reverb and delay processors. While you focus on your music, Harmony-M backs you up with fully produced vocal sound.
Feel like you’re wrestling with others over your sound? From the moment you plug your mic into VoiceTone Harmony-M, you’re in control of the tone and effects on your voice. Harmony arrangement algorithms follow your playing and singing to provide musically correct harmony. With the straightforward controls it’s easy to step through presets and switch between A/B user settings.
Quality can be witnessed in every aspect of VoiceTone design. Studio caliber audio algorithms, transparent converters and fastidious analog audio design lead to a smooth sound that makes you want to sing your best while your fans get, well, fanatic. It just wouldn’t be enough to make products that sound this good without making sure they stand up to the rough treatment they’re going to get onstage or kicking around a rehearsal room floor.