TC-Helicon have announced an exciting new model of VoiceLive vocal processor!
The VoiceLive Rack is the perfect product for both studio and live use, ideal for anyone that wants the latest vocal effects, but prefers to have them in a rack-mountable unit as opposed to a pedal. However, the TC-Helicon VoiceLive Rack can also act as a USB audio interface
and so it is ideal for the singer who records and wants top line vocal FX without the hassle!
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Posted on April 21, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
In this blog entry I am going to take a quick look at a completely NEW product, the Line 6 M5 Stompbox. Before I begin I want to make it clear that in this particular blog post I haven’t actually had the opportunity to use the M5 Stompbox yet… but I wanted to bring you up to speed about what you can expect from the little brother of the brilliant M9 and M13…
This post was posted in Blog entries, Guitars, Product Previews and was tagged with effects, guitar, line 6
Posted on July 12, 2010 by Absolute Music
This review kindly written by Tony Long. You can read more reviews like this, along with Tony's productions at his personal site -> Tony Long Music
Korg describe the Kaoss Pad KP3 as " More than a processor, the KP3 is a complete instrument allowing you to manage, recall, and play back samples; sample on the fly; and add dynamic processing to any audio signal or to the samples themselves". It has the X-Y touch pad to control multi -effect parameters in real time and it has been around since October 2006 and is still being widely used by musicians, producers and DJ's. It is Korg's third version of it's Kaoss Pad and I wonder as this is nearly four years old now, will there ever be a KP4? The KP3 was upgraded to Version 2 on 9th July 2009. This Kaoss Pad is not just a great hands-on effects module it is also quite a remarkable Midi controller.
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