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Harmony-G XT to offer more features than its predecessor

TC-Helicon improves on VoiceTone Harmony-G vocal pedal with more features and better harmonies at an affordable price. With improved harmony technology and the reverb taken from its big brother, VoiceLive 2, Harmony-G XT improves vocal tone and provides pro effects and vocal harmony controlled by naturally playing guitar.
Specifically designed for the singing guitarist, VoiceTone Harmony-G XT combines the simplicity of the original Harmony-G with state of the art processing right from VoiceLive 2. Chose from creating vocal harmonies that automatically follow guitar input, smoothing vocal performance with the live engineer effects or applying one of the 18 combinations of specifically tailored combinations of effects.
Additional features of the Harmony-G XT include improved NaturalPlay guitar-controlled harmony algorithm, front-of-house quality reverb algorithm and selection of styles from VoiceLive 2, selection of four overdub-style doubling effects with two more doubling voices available, reworked FX presets, USB connection for easy software updates and preset backup using the included VoiceSupport applet, adaptive harmony gate added to Tone, and easy manual selection of scale and key for singers without an instrument or horn players.
Standard features which made the original Harmony-G a success still include an accurate guitar tuner, tone switch for smoothing vocals, ten available presets with A/B options, 18 combinations of reverb, delay and ┬Ámod shared by vocal and guitar input.The harmony interval selection offers 3rds and 5ths above and below, octave up and down, and the unique bass interval. The studio-quality microphone preamp with XLR input supplies phantom power, the configurable output offers mono or dual channel mode to allow the guitar signal to be either mixed in and share reverb or to be passed through to an external amplifier.
Harmony-G XT
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