TC Helicon VoiceTone T1
The TC Helicon VoiceTone T1 (Vt-t1) is a stompbox-style tonal-shaping pedal for vocalists to use on stage. It’s designed to give you a smooth, balanced, pristine timbre on the stage, as it combines EQ, compression, and de-essing to help your vocal sit perfectly in the mix.
Put Your Best Vocal Tone Forward
VOICETONE T1 automatically reacts to your voice and applies studio-quality dynamics and EQ to bring out your most-exciting vocal tone. Now you can put a recorded sheen on your live singing – without the setup and adjustment of complex equipment normally required to achieve “that sound”.
It’s Just Simple…
- Plug in your mic, plug your pedal into the mixer & set the gain
- Turn on the effect
- (That’s it)
Of course, you can always change the style or the amount of correction, but you shouldn’t need the manual – unless you’re making a fire!
You can chain VOICETONE T1 to all of the other VOICETONE singles, mixing and matching effects to define your personal sound. It also works with DITTO MIC LOOPER, the pure looping pedal for singers and instrumentalists. Use the Singles Connect Kit (available separately) to mix and match up to 4 TC HELICON vocal effect pedals together conveniently, simply – and with less cable clutter than ever before.
Under The Hood
Beneath VOICETONE T1’s sturdy, die-cast metal case, you’ll be getting the same quality processing you’ve come to expect from our flagship VoiceLive® vocal processors. You’ll also find a clean, quiet mic preamp that rivals high-end touring mixers, plus studio-quality analog to digital conversion. There’s even a USB connection for firmware updates.
- Control multiple bands of EQ to reduce ‘muddiness’ and add brightness
- Add studio polish, reduce vocal peaks and unwanted T, S and D sounds
- Add warmth & fullness – without making your voice sound muddy
- Dedicated on-off switch and USB connection for updates
More Mic, More Control
You can completely control VOICETONE T1 from your mic – simply plug in a TC HELICON MP-75 microphone (sold separately). We call it Mic Control, and it allows you to command both the stage – and the audience!