TC-Helicon MP75 Modern Performance Mic

Handheld Dynamic Vocal Microphone with Mic Control Button for Use with TC-Helicon Live Vocal Effects
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Exceptional Vocal Mic to Control TC-Helicon's Amazing Effects

The TC-Helicon MP75 Modern Performance Mic gives you outstanding 2-in-1 value. Not only is it a great-sounding feedback-resistant vocal microphone, but it's also a high-tech hands-on controller for TC-Helicon's live vocal effects units. The MP75 lets you instantly change presets on any of the VoiceTone and VoiceLive series effects units. It's the perfect way to take charge of your sound, without feeling tethered to just one spot onstage. If you use TC vocal effects live, the MP75 is a must-have performance tool!

TC-Helicon MP75 Modern Performance Mic Handheld Dynamic Microphone/Controller Features at a Glance:
  • Patent pending Mic Control button for controlling TC-Helicon vocal effects
  • Excellent pop and breath noise rejection as well as resistance to feedback
  • Suspended dual shock mount for low handling noise
  • Controls: VoiceLive 2, VoiceLive Touch, VoiceTone Create XT, VoiceTone Synth, VoiceTone Harmony-G XT, VoiceTone C1 (VTC1), VoiceTone D1 (VTD1), VoiceTone T1 (VTT1), and VoiceTone R1 (VTR1) - (may require a free software upgrade)
Take control of your live vocal effects, with the TC-Helicon MP75 handheld dynamic microphone/controller!

Additional Media

MP70 - 75 Modern Performance Mic User Manual
Studio Microphone Buying Guide
Can I Use Any Microphone with the TC-Helicon VoiceLive 3?
Free MP-75 mic
NAMM NEWS: TC-Helicon Mic Mechanic
NAMM News: TC-Helicon VoiceTone Series

Tech Specs

Microphone Type Dynamic
Polar Pattern Supercardioid
Frequency Response 50Hz-18kHz
Output Impedance 150 ohms
Color Black
Connector XLR
Weight 0.6 lbs.
Included Accessories Mic Clip, Carry Case
Manufacturer Part Number 996999002

Customer Reviews

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Very Surprised!

We have used Sennheiser mics exclusively for a while now but I gotta tell ya that this mic holds up very well! It feels as solid as a Senn and sounds great!
Music background: Garage band musician of 20+ years (Rock & Country Rock)

whammy wow!!

have voice live play now i have this too...this really is a fantastic mic,we dont have feedback issues anymore!! and the 1st time i used it my bass player said WOW...ur vocals sound heaps better!!! nice and heavy and comfy in your hands and mic control is unreal!! thanks guys changed the level of our performances....
Music background: 20 years in bands

Does what it claims

I purchased a VoiceLive 2 to accommodate for inconsistency in vocal backups in my band. The VL2 can accomplish amazing harmonies: Sweet Emotion, Don't Stop Believen', One Way To Rock, etc., But, I didn't have a very good mic for blocking ambient noise. A Shure SM58 or SM57 will not accomplish this at all. Being in a rock cover band can produce ambient noise which negatively effects the VL2 harmony output, causing warbling\crackling harmonies. After watching the MP75 video and reading how it offers extreme ambient noise cancellation I decided to purchase it. It solved my issues at rehearsal but the real test was playing through a $60k concert sound system outdoors on a stage with loud monitor wedges. I was a bit worried on how the mic would perform. The MP75 to my surprise performed flawlessly. All my complex three and four part harmonies were produced perfectly regardless of the ambient noise. So, the mic does what it says. And, the Shortcut function button on the mic is super responsive and made if a soft rubber. One slight press and you can activate a harmony instantly. You can set your preset shortcut harmony event to end the harmony on button release (smart choice) or leave the harmony on after initial press, which is dangerous during performance in my opinion. In short, I LOVE the mic and the sound quality is great. TCH does need to update the VL2 firmware to allow the mic to "step through" multiple harmonies steps in an effect preset. Keep in mind the current VL2 firmware will not accomdate this ability yet. In the harmony feature, you can only activate or "step" one harmony layer. Additional harmony "steps" in a preset are not accessed. I wrote and called TCH begging for this feature to be added in the future.
Music background: Pro Musician, Vocalist


I've been using a Shure Beta 58 for some time with my VoiceLive 2 and decided to give their flagship performance mic a shot. What a difference! First, I suppose I should mention that I sing in a very loud, hard rock band which plays in drop tuning - the MP75 cuts right trough it with a clear punch, lots of low end power but still affording great tonal clarity of an expanded range. Feedback control has never been better using this mic. Comes with an attractive, heavy duty-padded, zippered sleeve for those of you without mic cases. I'd give it an easy 5 stars if the lovely Control Button was in a better position- I tend to handle the mic quite a bit in live performances and it's extremely easy to trigger the button by accident. Needless-to-say, it's a great feature, just wish it was placed a bit lower for my fumbling fingers! If you are looking for a mic with clarity, wide range and some *****, this is the one for you. Get it! You won't regret it a bit.
Music background: Musician

Nice sounding Mic but smells terrible!!!!!!

i have 3 of these mics and every time I use them I wonder if I'm getting some sort of toxic dose of plasticizer or something. These have a terrible chemical oder that make you wonder what you stepped in. I was thinking if i just left it out on the mic stand it would air out. 3 years later it still stinks. Besides that I love what this mic does for my voice. Well built. solid. and stinky!!!! Sorry TC but its true. I cant imagine your quality control didnt catch it on prototype.
See also: Dynamic Mics, TC-Helicon, TC-Helicon Dynamic Microphones, TC-Helicon Dynamic Microphones