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 Post subject: TC Helicon Voiceworks
PostPosted: Fri Dec 15, 2006 5:41 pm 
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On my way home today, I'm trading in the Antares AVP-1 for the TC-Helicon Voiceworks... based on the demo and what I've heard here on the group.

For you Voiceworks users... is it easy to use?

Are you pleased with it?

Do you have any samples recorded that I can here?

Leaving in 1 hour...

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This guy's been written up many times, Cin. In summary, to really make it work properly, you have to feed it the vocal line via MIDI.

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I'll do a search... THANKS

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Didja get it?

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I just got in... from my trip... hit Atlanta traffic :cry:

Okay... I went to the local guitar center where the guy pulled on off the shelf for me at list price.

I looked around the store, and found a new one that had been traded in for $375.

Decided to keep it AND the Antares AVP-1.

Cin

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Hey Cinda...when you connect your VoiceWorks to the 16G, I'm wondering if you hear any strange oscillation sounds coming from the Voiceworks....It happens whenver I connect the Voiceworks to the 16G's line input...I hear it, but when I disconnect the Line Input from the 16G to the VoiceWorks...it goes away....so its not getting pasted to the track that I recorded...but something strange is going on.... :?

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By looking through this forum, I've read that this happens if you aren't using balanced cables.

Are you using balanced connections?

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CindaP wrote:

Are you using balanced connections?



Yep...

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