Electro-Harmonix Voice Box

March 23, 2009

 The Voice Box creates harmonies that are determined by he notes you sing and the chords you play on your instrument. The device also has a vocoder function, an octave mode, a whistle effect  (synthesizes a whistle tone two octave above the notes you sing), and a unison effect (allows you to do a formant shaping effect without pitch shifting). The Voice Box offers three dual harmony modes (Low, High, Low + High) and three different dual-harmony modes. You can also save up to nine presets and scroll though them using the Mode knob or the Preset footswitch (not included). The unit has a built-in mic preamp with gain adjustment and switchable phantom power (1/4" and XLR input jacks are provided). There's also a 1/4" Instrument out and a balanced XLR Effect out or interfacing with mixers and stage breakout boxes.

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