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  • deanzey
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-06-03

    Hi. Just bought the C1 voicetone pedal. Red light keeps going off and on and the effect keeps turning itself off and on. Do I have a faulty pedal?

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    • deanzey
    • deanzey
      TCH-Spencer

      Hey @deanzey,
      Please ensure that the "Mic Control" button on the side of the pedal is turned off (pressed out).  If it's on and you aren't using a MP-75 or MCA100, then it's very likely your pedal will be confused and think that you're using a remote button to toggle the pedal when you really are not.  Cheers!

      • June 20, 2019
  • vavaenvivo
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-06-02

    Hi All,

    I have a VoiceLive 3 Extreme adn I've been trying to import backing tracks for a few hours now. I save the tracks as .wav files, made them 24bit at 48000, but when I try to import the track into the VL3X, only the USB drive is reognized and NOT the files. The files don't even show up. What am I doing wrong here? I have a gig in two weeks and really need to make sure the unit works and the set is fluid!

    Many Thanks!

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    • vavaenvivo
      TCH-Spencer

      Hey @vavaenvivo,
      Backing tracks on your USB drive should live on the root of the drive, as in not in any folders.  Loops however should be in a "VL3_Loops" folder, and recordings direct to the drive will end up in a "VL3_Recordings" folder.  So hopefully your backing tracks are on the root of your flash drive.
      Also, "The internal audio file format of VL3X for Backing Tracks is 16 bit resolution and 48 kHz sampling rate" (from page 75 of the manual).  The VoiceLive should do the conversion from your 24 bit to its internal 16 bit, but if you have the ability to export your tracks at 16 bits that might be better.
      There's also the issue that some USB thumb drives just straight up don't work with the VoiceLive 3.  If possible, please try using a different drive.

      • June 6, 2019
  • MokePerry
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-06-02

    I would like to advance through my programmed 'Steps' via midi, just like I could with a foot-switch connected to the Pedal input on the hardware. I can only find a Midi option for selecting a particular 'step', but not a 'next' option. Does this really not exist?

    I can recreate all of the functions that I used with the foot-switch except this one??? I don't want to run another cord out to my pedalboard for a switch to advance through 'steps', when I have spare switches on my midi controller

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    • MokePerry
      TCH-Spencer

      Hey @MokePerry,
      Unfortunately there is no "Next Step" option, you need to explicitly state which Step you want to change to.


      CC 115 = Step
      Value represents Step Number, but starting at an index of 0, so “0” = Step 1, “1” = Step 2, etc.
      So sending a CC#115 with a value of 1 will take you to the second Step in your current Preset.

      • June 6, 2019
  • AlessandroBoero
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-05-24

    Voicelive  4..when it ready on the market????   tc helicon... 

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    • AlessandroBoero
      PetGerbil

      Now that Mr Behringers in charge, It will probably be released soon, and be an expresso machine...


      Cos,y'know "..the core demographic of 17 to 25 year olds drink coffee."

      • May 24, 2019
    • AlessandroBoero
      omani

      I'm sure it will be before they provide any of the talked about updates for the VL3X.


       


      They prefer to release new gear than making existing gear better.


       


      The switch6 pedal being able to trigger 6 different loops, but not in serial mode, makes it pretty useless.

      • May 25, 2019
    • AlessandroBoero
      DanielHare

      I am considering the Headrush looperboard to replace my voicelive 3. Assuming Voicelive 4 is enver going to happen...


      Have you tried it?

      • June 25, 2019
    • AlessandroBoero
      TCH-Rob

      Thanks for your excitement about the VoiceLive line! We’ve got a team working hard to figure out how we can improve on the features that the VoiceLive 3 currently offers, as we are always looking to improve upon what we’ve built before! As I'm sure you understand, the process of developing new gear in the music tech industry is a long one - beyond the mechanics and engineering work that begins years before a product is released, there is also a period of time during which testing and corrections take place until the product meets our requirements - all of this happens before the product is ever announced or manufactured. 


      For this reason, we do not project release dates for products that are in progress. We prefer to offer accurate estimations, something we cannot do when a product is still in the development or testing phase.  


      We appreciate your curiosity around upcoming products, and are regularly checking in with our community on MTC. There is an interesting community discussion with some VL4 speculation and requests, check it out at this link: http://bit.ly/2Wir7Zl 

      • July 31, 2019
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