Whether you’re streaming, recording, or collaborating online, the V3 is packed with effects, harmonizing options, pitch correction and more. Your voice will sound amazing - from home, or anywhere else.
Create and arrange your own backup vocals. Add up to two voices to create your 3-part harmonies in both major and minor keys.
The doubling effect in VoiceTone D1 incorporates TC-Helicon’s research into differentiating pitch-shifted voices from your lead voice to produce convincing group unison vocal effects. Single and multi-voice natural doubling styles are available including octave shifted variants, classic fixed detune effects, and even a group shout for extra fun.
The TS-205 is a stereo with 8 channels. It is featured with inputs and outputs both by balanced XLR type, stereo mode and two options, hi-fi quality, low distortion and high ratio of S / N. Stereo an input 6 signal distribution outputs, a mono input 12 signal distribution outputs.
You need a phono preamp to bring your record player's output up to proper line level, and the Behringer Microphono PP400 is an easy solution. You've got a pair of RCA inputs, and outputs on both RCA and stereo 1/4" connectors. optimizing your signal levels is the key to getting the most out of any sound system, and that's exactly what the Behringer Microphono PP400 is designed to do. Help your record player play nicely with the rest of your gear, with the Behringer Microphono PP400 phono preamp.
Add vocal flair! The BOSS VE-20 is the must-have stompbox for any vocalist. Now you can add cool vocal effects to your stage performances whenever you want. With one stop, the VE-20 can give you lush vocal tones with reverb, delay, and 3-part harmonies. Or, you can go totally modern with special effects, including distortion, radio, and strobe. Want to loop your voice for cool sound-on-sound harmonies? It's no problem. There's even a 38-second phrase looper on the BOSS VE-20 Vocal Performer.
Need phantom power? Grab the Behringer MicroPower PS400 phantom power supply, and power up! Just plug in the included power supply, and you're ready to supply either 12V or 48V of phantom power to your condenser mic. Connect your condenser mic to the Mic Input and send a line from the Mic Thru to your mixer. If you need phantom power, look no further than the Behringer MicroPower PS400.