Helpful guidelines

How do I update TC Helicon VoiceLive?

How do I update TC Helicon VoiceLive?

Users need simply to connect their VoiceLive Play or Play GTX unit to their computers via the supplied USB cable and use the free VoiceSupport app (available from TC-Helicon’s website) to update the firmware and import the new presets.

How do I reset my TC Helicon VoiceLive touch?

Factory Reset: To restoring the factory settings of TC Helicon VoiceLive Touch 2, you must power up the unit. Then hold the LEFT BOTTOM and LEFT TOP Matrix buttons while the display shows text until the display shows the initialization message. The Factory Reset procedure is complete. Warning!

What is VoiceLive 2?

VoiceLive 2 is packed with processing power for all of the vocal effects you need. VoiceLive 2 responds naturally to whatever instrument or music you use. Whether you play guitar, a MIDI keyboard or no instrument at all, VoiceLive 2 serves up brilliant vocal harmonies. Its all-new algorithm is smooth and natural even for extreme vocal styles.

What SysEx can I manage from the VoiceLive?

MIDI Quest Pro, Midi Quest and Midi Quest Essentials allow you to manage the following SysEx from the VoiceLive: Preset, User Bank, Song, Song Bank and Setup. Integrate the VoiceLive with your DAW and use it the same way as a soft-synth or run the editor as a separate application connected to your VoiceLive.

How do I determine which harmony lines the VoiceLive Touch 2 adds?

You can determine which harmony lines the VoiceLive Touch 2 adds in a number of ways. One is to simply enter a musical key and let the process run automatically, although the harmonies sound better if they can follow chords. Second, a MIDI In socket allows for the inputting of note data to control harmonies in real time.

What does the USB port on the VoiceLive Touch 2 do?

The USB port also allows for audio streaming, so you can play backing tracks from, or record performances to, a computer. Because the VoiceLive Touch 2 is also your mic preamp, there’s a level control on the right-hand side of the case to set the preamp gain.