TC-Helicon VoiceTone D1 Reviews4.2/5.0 based on 8 customer reviews
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from PHILADELPHIA PA.
August 11, 2012Music Background:
GREATI NEVER KNEW I COULD SOUND SO GOOD AND THE GRROUP SETTING ON THE OVERDUBBS IS TERRIFIC
from Detroit, MI
June 22, 2012Music Background:
D1Excelllent pedal. Great sounding. Very easy to use and quiet as a mouse. No added hiss or buzz which was my biggest.concern. I use it in conjunction with an E1 and they work perfectly together. The manual could be improved a bit. Read carefully once and you'll be fine. Very good value overall.
from central pa
February 22, 2012Music Background:
practising musician and vocalist for 51 years
fulfills it's claimsi'm very happy with this effects pedal. seems quality built and works just the way it says it works. i gladly recommend.
November 5, 2012
Decent toolI wasn't expecting much when I ordered this but it does add a nice little bit of flavor to background vocals. I'd caution anyone using this to not turn up the wet mix too high but if you blend mostly dry and flavor it with wet this thing actually adds a nice quality to background vocals. I'm primarily using octave down for one tune, and group for about three others.
from Pueblo Co
September 25, 2012Music Background:
Pretty cool effectsI don't use it a lot but when I do it adds a nice effect. The double down adds some wicked tone to some of our songs.
Some Ska Guy
from United States
August 31, 2012Music Background:
Tenor sax in Some Ska Band
Great device for the priceI use it with my tenor sax and really like the results. The Shout setting is a tad strange, but I guess it might have its uses. Best setting for me is the Double, but the Group is also good. Haven't used the USB patch yet--not sure why I would need to. The Wet/Dry knob is also a cool feature.
Our lead singer prefers the more subtle control she gets from a Vocalist Live 3, but that's a lead singer for you.
from San Diego, CA
February 23, 2013Music Background:
DecentIt does as advertised, and you can DEFINITELY achieve some cool effects and doubling with this pedal. The problem for me, was that it really "robot"'ed out your voice, even when the knob was set almost competely to dry. I dont think the chips or alhorithims they used were top notch, however, for the price I think its barely worth it still. A cool tool to have around no doubt. I dont use it whatsoever on verses, but for a chorus, with just a tiny bit of wet thrown in the mix, this pedal can add some nice depth. You just have to play around and tweak it a ton.
But with the octave features, I think it earns its pay, and will find a nice home in plenty of studios or live gigs out there. Watch out with the order you plug in chords and power cables into this bad boy, its kind of sensitive about that.
from Raleigh, NC
February 14, 2012Music Background:
Not bad at allThis voice accentuator/doubler had definitely added more depth/character to my band's back-up vocals (there are only two of us singing back-up, and I am the only one using this device). I tend to use either the Group or Detune or Thick setting, trying to get the best "multiplied voice" sound. Haven't found the right opportunity/song to use its Octave settings. We don't rap or play hip hop, so have not used its Shout setting. It's small enough to sit on my keyboard (I applied velcro strip to keep it secure there), and is very simple to set and use. I feel that it's a worthwhile addition to our PA set-up.