How do they stack up? The TC-Helicon Vocal Effects Processor vs the TC Electronics Singles VoiceTone E1

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 TC-Helicon Vocal Effects ProcessorEveryone has different preferences and priorities, so to make choosing easier we have attempted to give a frank review of the products. Let's start with the TC-Helicon Vocal Effects Processor.

 TC Electronics Singles VoiceTone E1And now we will have a look at our second product, the TC Electronics Singles VoiceTone E1. Some singers might look through the reviews on our list with a sigh. If you are a good singer and don’t feel like you have any use for special effects, is there still a vocal processor for you? Yes, there is!

Examining the TC Electronics Singles VoiceTone E1



TC-Helicon Vocal Effects Processor

TC Electronics Singles VoiceTone E1


+ RBG lighting
+ Industry defining hardware
+ Lots of features

+ Affordable
+ Echo
+ Easy to use


We love the addition of RBG lighting. Light up your keys in style as you let the creative juices flow. Cons: - The device takes a while to set up

TC Electronic Singles VoiceTone E1 lets you add an echo effect to your singing, which makes it possible for you to just add more depth to your sound. Cons: - Not very versatile

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