TC-Helicon launches VoiceTone Harmony-G

Is that a choir hidden in the wings?
Is that a choir hidden in the wings?

In March 2008, MusicRadar ran a story on TC-Helicon's VoiceTone Harmony-M pedal, which was one of TC-Helicon's hot new products at the Frankfurt Musikmesse.

Alongside the Harmony-M, the new Harmony-G is a studio quality vocal harmony and effects pedal that allows singing guitarists to add backup harmony vocals to their performances without the need for time-consuming programming.

Adaptive EQ, compression and de-essing algorithms can also be applied alongside doubling and reverb/delay combinations.

The Harmony-G uses clever technology to follow the guitarist's playing and generate natural sounding harmony vocals with flexible voicing, and a bass setting that instructs a harmony voice to follow the root note of the given chord.

For more on the Voice-Tone pedals, check out TC-Helicon's dedicated website. Stock should be available now, with a suggested retail price of €299.

Chris Vinnicombe worked with us here on the MusicRadar team from the site's initial launch way back in 2007, and also contributed to Guitarist magazine as Features Editor until 2014, as well as Total Guitar magazine, amongst others. These days he can be found at Gibson Guitars, where he is editor-in-chief.