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TC-Helicon VoiceWorks Plus Vocal Effects Processors


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  • Advanced harmony humanization and control options help the virtual harmony voices sound more human
  • The Transducer algorithm can create megaphone effects, band limiting, distortion, radio voice effects and more for a modern or retro sound
  • Chorus, detuned doubling, flange with pitch feedback and more are created in the µMod effect block
  • Pitch correction keeps your vocals in tune
  • Footswitch, volume pedal or MIDI remote control
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 8.2 x 1.8 inches ; 4.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.6 pounds
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  • ASIN: B000V0ATWS
  • Item model number: VoiceWorks Plus
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,772 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2004

Product Description

VoiceWorksPlus features an extensive effects list including 4th generation TC-Helicon Harmony, Voice Modeling™, and the Transducer and μMod (micromod) blocks for distortion/megaphone and flange/detune effects. Also provides a high quality mic preamp, transparent pitch correction, and reverb, delay and dynamics algorithms from the classic VoiceWorks.

Customer Reviews

Update 6/26/14 A new problem developed now.
Fleahead
It allows you to sing a note, hold that vocal note, and play it endlessly using different notes on a MIDI keyboard without further signing into the mic.
Baron
I haven't had the chance to work with my own voice making custom presets but the factory presets have been a blast and absolutely amazing!!!
august giovanni sr

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Raul S. Tolentino Jr. on April 3, 2011
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I've been using it 4 days a week for the past 6 months and it has not let me down. you have to read the manual over and over again to finally understand it though.
I just wish the manual was more comprehensive...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fleahead on February 8, 2014
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The Voiceworks Plus has exceptional voice quality and fantastic effects. Unfortunately, this is of no value if the unit doesn't work. The first unit I bought had a low level noise at the output. I saw a low level input signal on my Mackie mixer as soon as I plugged the VW+ into the channel. However, all the functions and effects still worked, so I was able to play around with it, although the overall output was weak, and had this hissing sound on it. After trying to contact TC Helicon support, which has no listed live phone number, I received an email response that simply stated that I indeed had a defective unit. I ordered a new one and returned unit #1.

When I got the new unit, I plugged it in and although there was still a very low level noise signal into my mixer, everything worked great, with strong output signal. Then yesterday, when I powered it on, the noise level more than doubled, and the output signal was very low. I had to crank the output gain up to +10. I also have very little mike input gain control, which makes me suspect the problems are in the mike preamp section. (Note that the noise is present even without a mike attached to the input).

I did get a support phone number after complaining on the TC Helicon Facebook page, but that was late Friday and they don't work weekends. I like the sound and features so well that I guess I'll be trying a third unit. Hopefully I can get one of three to work.

Update 2/10
After discussion with a tech at Proaudiostar (which by the way is top notch to deal with) and also John at TC Helicon (also very knowledgable ), the 2nd unit is going back, and I've ordered unit #3. I don't want anyone to overlook the fact that the actual tones and voices this thing produces are far superior to anything else I've heard.
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By Baron on March 31, 2014
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I have owned the TC-Helicon VoiceWorks Plus Vocal Effects Processor for a week now. The quality of the hardware appears to be top notch studio grade. Everything feels well built.

The voice modeling feature works better than I expected. The vocal pitch shifting is very accurate and fairly realistic when certain presets or custom settings are used. There are a lot of useful built-in presets.

Programming the unit is pretty simple. The interface is well designed. There's very few times when I need to consult the manual. The screen is easy to see, and the names for the settings are pretty obvious.

The TC-Helicon VoiceWorks Plus Vocal Effects Processor is a pretty fun musical effects unit. My kids enjoy all the voice changing capabilities it has. Some of the presets are quite hilarious, such as "ET Phone Home", which actually sounds pretty close to ET, and "Chipper Monk" which makes you sound like one of the chipmunk singers from Alvin and The Chipmunks. My favorite preset is "Swell Notes". This one uses a midi keyboard to play the notes used to create the voices. If used right, it can sound pretty realistic, like a small choir softly singing along with you. It's very useful musically.

The range of effects available is pretty wide. It can make a man sound like a woman, a child, a monster, a cartoon character, etc. Most of the voice alterations are pretty realistic, such as "Barbershop Trio", but some are also very unrealistic and quite interesting such as "Vocoda-Drone", which makes you sound like a singing robot.

I love the level of complexity available when I want to make my own custom voice. It lets you change all sorts of vocal features such as breathiness, growl, thick or thin neck, gender bending, etc.
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Believe the bad reviews - these are junk - unreliable.
Got mine from a studio as new and out of the box the unit was defective. Many of the presets did not work out of the box and required twicking. Mic (EV RE-20) did not work initially until I set the sensitivity of the mic up to high in setup. The Mic Gain knob was non-functional. Two techs confirmed that no factory reset or firmware would fix this. One tech admitted that the defective mic gain potentiometer is a big problem with these units. Latest software per TC Helicon' site is 1.2 but my unit was 1.21. Latest firmware per TC Helicon's site is 1.07 but mine was 1.09. TC had no comment on those discrepancies. Volume kicked out on me after 15 minutes and when I went into setup and toggled several times between 44.1 and 48 sample rates the volume came back.
Not sure if the version discrepancies had anything to do with the preset issues but my VoiceLive 2 worked right out of the box with little or no twicking. TC Helicon should have taken care with their default settings to make them more universally usable as the VoiceLive 2 did. One example was the Leslie harmony ... mic pickup was drowned out by a very loud speaker noise that I have never heard in any Leslie speaker I have been around. TC suggested dropping or changing the distortion setting. I did that but that preset was unusable for the studio.
Bypass did not work in stage mode. Sometimes going into settings and toggling the bypass setting between stage and studio would get bypass working again. Last time I tried to fix this only studio would work in bypass mode so I just left the unit in studio bypass mode.
I own four studios ... I would never wish this nightmare unit on anyone.
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