TC Helicon VoiceTone H1 Vocal Harmony Pedal
The TC Helicon VoiceTone H1 Vocal Harmony Pedal features very natural harmony sound, ease of use and now, and ultimate affordability. Designed for pros and hobbyists alike, the TC Helicon Voicetone H1 let you achieve fuller-sounding vocal performances with this sturdy vocal harmony pedal. Yet another great product from TC Helicon.
TC Helicon VoiceTone H1 Vocal Harmony Pedal Features
No Guesswork Required
- Adds one or two voices of realistic harmony to your voice
- Both guitarists and non-guitarists can create musical harmonies
- High quality signal path and tough enclosure
- Can be chained to additional VoiceTone Singles
- Mic-Control offers remote on/off via TC-Helicon MP-75 microphone
Guitarist/singers can take advantage of VoiceTone H1's uncanny guitar-sensing ability to keep your harmonies in tune. For non-guitarists, H1 has a key selector so you can dial-in harmonies that fit lots of songs.
As simple as plugging in your mic
Gaining access to the studio quality sounds and intelligent processing of the VoiceTone H1 is as simple as plugging in your mic and turning the effect on. Of course, you can always change the style or the amount of effect, but you shouldn’t need to unfold the manual unless you’re making a fire.
Strong family genes
Each VoiceTone single shares the same genes: a clean, quiet mic preamp that rivals high-end touring mixers, a die-cast metal case, rubberized no-slip base, studio quality analog to digital conversion, and the same quality processing you’d expect from TC Helicon's flagship vocal processors like VoiceLive 2.
All new Mic Control feature
The revolutionary and patent pending Mic Control circuit is built into the VoiceTone H1 vocal harmony pedal. This allows TC Helicon’s MP-75 Modern Performance Vocal microphone‘s thumb switch to turn your VoiceTone single’s effect on and off. Picture having the freedom to kick-in your vocal effect while working the stage, not gazing at your feet. It gets really cool when you chain multiple VoiceTone singles pedals together and control each one independently or turn them all on or off in combination.