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The TC Helicon Voicetone H1 adds intelligent harmonies to the mix! No more need to put up with your bassist's dodgy harmonies! The Voicetone H1 can add a subtle octave effect to your voice, or have you harmonising in close 3rds at the touch of a button, and everything in between!
Here's what TC Helicon say about the Harmony H1
Natural harmony sound, ease of use and now, ultimate affordability are yours in VoiceTone H1. Pros and hobbyists alike can achieve fuller-sounding vocal performances with this sturdy vocal harmony pedal.
- Adds one or two voices of realistic harmony to your voice
- Both guitarists and non-guitarists can create musical harmonies
- High quality signal path and tough enclosure
- Can be chained to additional VoiceTone Singles
- Mic-Control offers remote on/off via TC-Helicon MP-75 microphone
No Guesswork Required
Guitarist/singers can take advantage of H1′s uncanny guitar-sensing ability to keep your harmonies in tune. For non-guitarists, H1 has a key selector so you can dial-in harmonies that fit lots of songs.
As simple as plugging in your mic
Gaining access to the studio quality sounds and intelligent processing of VoiceTone singles is as simple as plugging in your mic and turning the effect on. Of course, you can always change the style or the amount of effect, but you shouldn’t need to unfold the manual unless you’re making a fire.
Strong family genes
Each VoiceTone single shares the same genes: a clean, quiet mic preamp that rivals high-end touring mixers, a die-cast metal case, rubberized no-slip base, studio quality analog to digital conversion, and the same quality processing you’d expect from our flagship vocal processors like VoiceLive 2.
All new Mic Control feature
The revolutionary and patent pending Mic Control circuit is built into each VoiceTone single pedal. This allows TC-Helicon’s MP-75 Modern Performance Vocal microphone‘s thumb switch to turn your VoiceTone single’s effect on and off. Picture having the freedom to kick-in your vocal effect while working the stage, not gazing at your feet. It gets really cool when you chain multiple VoiceTone singles pedals together and control each one independently or turn them all on or off in combination.
- Key/Auto selection
- Harmony voicing
- Harmony Mix
- Footswitch on/off
- Mic Control on/off
Included with VoiceTone H1
- Region specific power supply
- USB cable
- User guide
- 1 year warranty parts and labor
Peter | Purchase date: 24 April 2013
Wanted a vocal processor and the TC Helicon H1 was my choice. I play acoustic and sing and it has added another dimension to my overall sound. Great piece of kit and the service I received from Andertons was superb.
Great prices and swift delivery. What more can you ask for? Would recommend them to anyone wanting a reliable supplier. Peter
barry | Purchase date: 19 April 2013
Great Harmony Unit,Recommended By Andertons Very Helpful Staff.
Andy | Purchase date: 26 March 2013
I think this is great little pedal. Works fine, very simple to use. It doesn’t appear to colour the ‘dry’ vocal or the guitar sound. It identifies the chords on the guitar very effectively. I don’t find there’s a need to change my playing style. No need to let chords ring out or anything like that. It can ‘read’ chords even if they are played fairly quickly, or quite percussively. Guitar input it seems to have enough dynamic range to cope with the active and passive acoustic guitar pickups I have. On the other hand I do find the vocal input a little bit short on dynamic range. I found a few cases where my voice can clip in the loud parts but be too quiet to produce harmonies in the quiet parts. It’s a useable range though and a bit of clipping doesn’t seem to bother it too much
I think it sounds as good as any kit like this can ever sound. I think the harmony choices it makes are fine, and the ‘standard 3rd and 5th stuff’ works especially well for folk and country tunes. Works best for me when I play alone with solo guitar and vocals. I also play and sing backing vocals in an acoustic band and I thought it might work for that, but it sounded a bit too ‘synthesized’ in that setting. Also, I have to sing in unison with the main part let it choose all the harmonies. When I tried to sing a 5th above, then the harmonies it made sounded a bit odd against the main part, especially the lower one.
All in all a good purchase, although I see there’s a new TC Helicon harmony pedal out now that has reverb on it too for just a bit more money. I might have considered that if it was available when i bought this.
Paul | Purchase date: 01 February 2013
This is a really amazing product for the price (only improved if it had separate direct and effect output options for a few quid more.
You can set to key or have it tune to your guitar chord in real time. Harmonies sound awesome.
Steve | Purchase date: 02 January 2013
I've had this pedal over 3 months now and used it live and for recording, up 'till now everything working fine. The sound realy is very good, 'does exactly what it says on the tin'.
Tina | Purchase date: 20 December 2012
This is a really COOL piece of kit and for the money, well it's under £120 you can't go wrong! I can't believe that it produces such good results and for a "solo artist" it sounds like there are a full back group behind me NOW.COOL,Compact and Completely neat.
Darren | Purchase date: 15 May 2012
This is an excellent pedal doing exactly what it says on the tin. Solid construction, and accurate switching, just tap the footswitch to operate. Only three knobs to play with so simple instructions not needed just twiddle and enjoy. Brings depth to solo singers and colour to songs with realistic tones but as previous reviewers have stated less is definately more. Well worth the money.
Simon Leonard | Purchase date: 25 June 2011
I'm not a singer (rhythm guitar is my usual job) but singing in harmony i can get away with it, just. But we had a gig lined up (well, singing a few songs at the kid's school summer fair...)and the other singer in our band was unable to make it...So i did a bit of digging on the internet and saw a few vocal stomp boxes with all sorts of bells and whistles and price tags to match. Too much money for what might just be a one-off gig or at best, limited use.
Then i found the TC Helicon VoiceTone H1 Intelligent Harmony Pedal. It has three knobs, does one job; which is to add harmony to to a single vocal.
I must admit to being a little sceptical that it would be much good, because it was so cheap (relatively) and that it would be able to track my voice in key as i played my guitar through it. I'd seen a few reviews of more expensive boxes that said it is important to sing in tune!
But it worked really well! Not just playing chords through it, but it managed to track a finger-picked mic'd banjo as well... It certainly had some of the more observant members of the audience trying to figure out where the harmony was coming from and it was great fun to use. A robust construction too, so i see no reason why it should nto last for years.
A couple of times the pitch waivered (probably down to me not singing the note in key or playing the wrong chord) but the audience didn't seem to notice and it added a little humanisation to it to the harmony which was no bad thing. I only used it the "guitar" mode and did not try just setting it one particular key but as this should be easier for it i have no reason to think this would not work as well. Also, when the harmony was set to be lower than me it wandered a little when i was singing low myself, but that again was probably due to inaccuracy from my voice in the lower range...
Like a lot things, less is more and it might get tedious if you used it all through every song but it is dead easy to switch on and off as needed i.e. between verse and chrous, so that was not an issue.
All in all, a simple and brilliant piece of kit either for the solo vocalist or for a band where one of the singers has taken the day off.... Highly recommended!