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  • ChrisF
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-11

    Can I use backing tracks as 'steps" for a preset, so Song1 preset will have 2 backing tracks, Step1 will have the verse backing track, and Step2 will have the chorus backing track? Then I can just flip between verse and chorus backing tracks by using the Step switch?

    Is there a (better) different way to achive this?

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  • nmalexandersen
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-05-27

    Hi ...

    I am searching the web for spesifications on the Audio outputs on a Perform VK, but I come up short ...

    So ...

    Is the outputs balanced or not ?

    At what level does the outputs operate ?

    I guess that the AUX IN is a -10 dB stereo jack .... correct ?

     

    Regards Nils

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  • BeePee
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-11-25

    I'm still happily using my original Voicelive Touch for gigs and home recording. I link it up via USB to an iPad to get the benefits of the excellent Loopy app, superior in many respects to the looper in the VLT. A question, if anyone's listening: Loopy gets the signal from the VLT fine and returns it without noticeable latency. However it seems only the main VLT signal is being recorded in Loopy via USB, not extras like harmonies etc. I can get them if I take an analogue signal from the main or headphone VLT outputs into the iPad via an iRig headphone input, but I want to retain the clean USB input. Any idea why only part of the signal (pre processing, without harmonies etc) is coming in via USB? Thanks, BeePee

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  • bearaby
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-02-26

    Please give me reasons to upgrade to VoiceLive Play (or other?) from a Perform V for hosting karaoke, which by nature has singers requesting many different songs, unknown to me in advance.

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    • bearaby
      TCH-Rob

      Hi @bearaby ,


      The Perform V is nice because it's very fast and easy to edit, but the Voicelive Play has far more options and you can do deeper editing with it. Voicelive Play also allows you to store 500 presets, so if there are several songs you know are common you can recreate the vocal effects from them and store them in the pedal. It really comes down to whether you want flexibility or easy fast editing. Let me know if you have any questions about these pedals, I'm here to help!  

      • February 28, 2020
  • alex_95
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-04-08

    Hey there

    i got my Go XLR Mini today and ran into an issue setting it up: So far I had my PC Speakers (5.1, logitech) plugged into the three ports of my sound card and had quite satisfying surround sound. Plugging only one of the cables into the Go XLR's headphone jacks logically results in just the front two speakers working, which really isn't the desired outcome. Is there a way in a one PC Setup for the Go XLR to stay in control of all the audio (and the XLR microphone) while the ports of the soundcard emit the sound that powers my 5.1 speakers? The least favorable working option for me would be to lose the surround sound and have all 5 speakers on stereo.   

    Many thanks in advance,

    Alex

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    YAird
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-12-11

    Greetings guys I got an GOXLR Mini as a present.

     

    I want to know if this will have a warranty in the US or if it comes from another country/distributor.

     

    The serial number is S190902257DI7

     

    Thanks

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    • YAird
      PedroRodrigues Hi Fernando, please be aware that if you have a original proof of purchase form a USA reseller in your name for the unit you have acquired you will have the standard Warranty cover stated by the US Law 1 year. If you register your unit on the first 90 days form purchase you will gain access to two extra years of cover and the unit will be covered for 3 years. Thank you
      • December 15, 2020
  • RalfLeRenne
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-19

    Hello,

    I bought a "Harmony Singer 1" a few years ago, and would like to switch to the second version. I'm in the process of making all my equipment for concerts "battery powered", and I saw this Harmony Singer 2 is able to do just that.

    But I still need to know if it can work with rechargeable batteries, since they usually tend to have less voltage. I would also like to know for how long the pedal can run on batteries. How many hours would it be ? 

    Thank you very much, 

    Have a great day,

    Thibault

     

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    • RalfLeRenne
      TCH-Spencer

      Hey @RalfLeRenne,
      I'll be honest with you, battery life ain't great.  I tested a Harmony Singer 2 with fresh AA's (non-rechargeable) and it lasted three and a half hours before dying.  I don't think batteries were intended to be the primary power source for these stomps, more like a backup.  When a 9V adapter is plugged in, the pedal will use that wall power and ignore the batteries, which then kick in if wall power is removed.  Anyways, I think Harmony Singer 2 has the worst battery life out of the bunch because it has the busiest algorithm, but yeah you might want to have a backup set of rechargeables.  Cheers!

      • October 23, 2019
  • ChrisF
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-23

    I've read the looper section in the manual, and didn't find the answer.

    How can I trigger start of loop recording when I hit my first chord on my guitar for example? Is it possible?

    P.S. You can tell I just got the VL3X this w/e, and am learning the basics.

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    • ChrisF
      PetGerbil

      Me again


      Press the "Looper" Button, In the "Loop Slot" tab,scroll to the bottom. There's an "Audio Cue" setting.That should do it. Also to the right is a "sensitivity" setting,which sets.....errrrr...how sensitive it is.


       


      It was added with a firmware update, so it's not in the Manual.


       

      • February 23, 2020
  • us_shooter
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-03-21

    I recently picked up a Martin CEO7 which has no pickup.  I am considering adding a K&K Mini, but need to know if a pre-amp will be required. 
    thank you. 

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    • us_shooter
      TCH-Rob

      Hi @us_shooter ,


       I use a Seagull with a passive K&K mini pickup into a Play Acoustic, and it works fine. I find the K&K to be quite high output for a passive pickup, and I can add any additional gain in the Play Acoustic mixer or FoH can add it from the mixer. 

      • March 25, 2020
  • JohnShelley
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-09-28

    For most of the work I do, I use a product called BandHelper to play backing tracks and a syncronized midi file.  The midi file controls my lighitng system and my VL3X.  It works flawlessly for all the CC commands to turn effects on and off, etc.

    To have my delay match the tempo of a song, however, I have to make separate presets for every song on my VL3X each with the tempo already set to the BPM of the song - even though all other settings may be exactly the same as another preset.

    It would be much more efficient to one preset but be able to send along a midi message to say "this song is 60bpm" and "this song is 100bpm"

    Is this possible? 

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    • JohnShelley
      PetGerbil Should be just a case of making sure that Bandhelper is sending a MIDI Clock signal. Unless you've got a loop in the looper. In which case the tempo will be locked. There's a MIDI tempo parameter in the SETUP sections MIDI tab. That'll need turning on. Also I've got a vague memory of MIDI sync being added in a firmware update, so make sure you've got the latest firmware.
      • September 28, 2020
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