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TC-Helicon introduces H1, E1 and X1 VoiceTone Single pedals

TC-Helicon VoiceTone H1

TC-Helicon has announced three new VoiceTone Single vocal effects pedals: H1, E1 and X1.

Natural harmony sound, ease of use and now, ultimate affordability are yours in VoiceTone H1. Pros and hobbyists alike can achieve fuller-sounding vocal performances with this sturdy vocal harmony pedal.

VoiceTone E1 offers singers the signature echo and slapback effects that evoke classic songs while putting effects control at their feet. Now, high quality, immersive echo effects for the stage are no longer just for guitarists.

VoiceTone X1 brings a modern “down and dirty” quality to live vocals with tinny megaphones and sharp vocal distortion effects under singers’ control.

Pricing and availability:

  • VoiceTone H1: US $149 estimated price / €149 SSP, shipping June 2011.
  • VoiceTone E1: US$149 estimated price / €149 SSP, shipping Summer 2011.
  • VoiceTone X1: US$129 estimated price / €129 SSP, shipping Summer 2011.

More information: TC-Helicon / VoiceTone H1 / VoiceTone E1 / VoiceTone X1

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Short links for June 26th, 2008

GetLoFi Easy Dub Siren from a Circuit Bent Keychain

Some interesting things I found on June 26th, 2008:

# How to Make an Easy Dub Siren from a Circuit Bent Keychain – GetLoFi has instructions on how to build your own dub siren box using an inexpensive sound effects keychain and a few other simple parts.

The total for parts should be under $20 and possibly even cheaper if you are resourceful and can strip components from discarded electronics, etc.

# Sonic picnic boxes – The sonic picnic set is a low tech modular system. Connections are made as needed using crocodile clips.

# “Morpher” circuit bend – Circuit bent "voice morpher" megaphone packed into the case of a V-750 model 5 dosimeter charger. The lamp within the power button was modified with an LED to replace the incandescent lamp.

# dsSynth – Play the Nintendo DS like you would with any hardware synthesizer/sampler. The software allows the user to draw in a wave form on the touch screen, use one of the embedded sounds, or load one of their own samples off of their flash memory card.

# remain calm » ds music apps – the nintendo ds is an excellent platform for homebrew audio software – here’s an (incomplete) list of some of the excellent sound toys that are available for the platform.

# repeaterDS at glitchDS – a music application that allows you to “play” a sample by drawing on the DS screen. The vertical axis controls repeat length. The horizontal axis controls the playback offset into the sample.

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