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Fwd: anyone heard of VoiceLive Touch?

Hi Tyler,

You're perfectly right about that - it is indeed like a tablet. You
can put on a table, on the floor, hold in you hand or mount it on a
mic stand. The user interface is well designed with a number of touch
pads (six I think...?) so you really don't need much visual control to
work it when making music. The looper is not multi channel, like the
latest VoiceLive 3 has. I think the VL#3 allows up to three
simultaneous loops of different lengths. Randolf Arriola on this list
has a VL 3 so he should be able to answer up for that. Myself I have a
VoiceLive 2 and once when doing a live looping clinic at the
university I borrowed the school's VoiceLive Touch - that's how I got
to know it. It's been around for a while but the voice sound patches
are legendary, cant be better actually. (but different, like in the VC
3, since it has a bit more effects).

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 10:37 PM, Tyler <programmer651@comcast.net> wrote:
> I have been working with a looping artist for a number of years now. She 
> is not on this mailing list, and I have
> known her longer than this mailing list. I found this list when Google 
> searching. But anyway, in late
> 2012, she said she got this TC Helicon VoiceLive Touch. Do any of you 
> know about this
> device? I believe it's like a tablet, not a loop pedal or software. I 
> could ask her, but I'm
> asking you guys because this is a (mostly live) looping website, and 
> some of you may have experience with
> VoiceLive Touch.
> Tyler Z