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Want to perform like the stars? Consider what adding an easy to use DSP effect unit to your system could do for your live sound or recording. VocoPro is proud to present the VSP-M1, the World's First effect processor designed for both KJs and DJs. Both will finally get the best of both worlds in just one rack space. In addition to the seven fully controllable digital effects and versatile Vocal Harmonizer, there's also a BPM Auto Synchronization feature to align effects with the beat of your source music. The ability to mix Harmony effects or Reverb with Digital Echo is a must have for any singer, which makes the VSP-M1 perfect for both performing or recording artists. Take the VSP-M1 for a spin and see how VocoPro can turbo chagre your sound.Features:Clean, professional quality reverb for vocals or musicVocal Harmonizer adds choral effects to any Mic Input8 DSP Effects For Processing Microphone Or Source Music Including Pan, Filter, Flange and More!3 XLR/Phono jack Mic Inputs with individual preampsDigital Echo can be mixed with Harmonizer Effects for great sounding vocalsGreat effects for KJs and DJs, live sound and recording!Balanced XLR outputs
Studio quality DSP Key Controller/Sonic EnhancerThe KC-300 Pro's Sonic Enhancer will dramatically improve the sound quality of your vocal system, allowing you to fine tune the dynamics of the high and low ends of your audio signal. There is also a studio quality 17-step DSP Key Controller to raise and lower the natural musical key by 2 full octaves, and key changes can be made to any compatible input source. Also on-board are Vocal Cancel and Vocal Elimination features that remove lead vocals from music tracks. Vocal Cancel removes the vocals from Multiplex tracks, while Vocal Elimination removes the vocals from standard CD's! The KC-300 Pro is solidly constructed into a sleek 1RU case, which means you'll hardly have to make room for it! It's large and easy to read Multi-Display will never have you squinting, even in those near dark situations. It's rear panel houses Inputs for two A/V devices and one line-level Auxiliary device, and one A/V Output with dual Video Outputs. There is even a set of XLR output jacks in case you need them! So, if you are seeking to unleash the potential of your vocal system and experience professional level control and sound quality, go with the KC-300 Pro by VocoPro, your choice for ultimate vocal entertainment! Features:
The DLMS4080 is a self-contained, fully programmable, Digital Loudspeaker Management System capable of handling full control of the Elevation Series or any other loudspeaker system.The four inputs and eight outputs can be routed in multiple configurations to meet any system requirement. Full system setup and configuration can be done in real time from the front panel or with the intuitive PC based graphic user interface (GUI) software via the on-board RS232, Ethernet or USB port when more complex system control is required. Features:
The bass world's response to our introduction of award winning RH450 and Classic450 has been overwhelming. Now, with the help of a true world-class bass legend, we introduce our third amp to deliver instant world-class bass tone - we are proud to present our cooperation with, Tower Of Power's Rocco Prestia on Staccato'51Think of legendary bass players and Francis Rocco Prestia features on every list. For over 40 years now Rocco's bass has been underpinning the groove for Californian funk legends Tower of Power. In that time Rocco has defined his own style and become synonymous with the much-imitated 'Finger Style Funk' that he pioneered back in the '60s and '70s.Laura Clapp & Rocco PrestiaLaura Clapp presents the new Staccato'51 bass amp to Francis Rocco Prestia of Tower of Power. Afterwards, they talk about how it all came together and how it was to develop the amp together with TC Electronic. We also hear the response from other members of ToP including Rocco's bass tech. Now TC and Rocco have joined forces to make Staccato'51 - a custom-tuned version of the RH450 that's been made to Rocco's exact specification and ear. It may look like the RH450 bass head, but the sound design is completely different and meets the demands of a legend like Rocco Prestia - both on stage and in the studio.Rocco's sound design on Staccato'51 fits his legendary finger-muting technique like a glove. The full-bodied tone with plenty of highs and lows as well as the ultra fast precision response enhances the percussive elements of Rocco's playing to perfection.In addition to the sheer tone shaping, Rocco has added a touch of our SpectraComp™ per-string compression to tighten the sound even more. And finally a touch of TubeTone™ brings out the growl of Staccato'51 when really digging into those low-end notes with his powerful right hand technique.To achieve perfect tone, Rocco pairs his Staccato'51 with a stack of our RS cabinets - An RS410 and two RS212s - giving him both punch and enough low end to stand out on stage with the 10-piece Tower of Power band.Uffe Hansen presents Staccato'51Head of the TC Electronic bass division, Uffe Hansen, presents the new Staccato'51 bass amp. Uffe gives a complete rundown on the new specifications on Staccato'51 BassIda compares Staccato'51 with RH450TC Electronic’s own bass demonstrator, the very lovely and talented Bass Ida, compares the new Staccato'51 bass amp with RH450. Ida is using RH450 and 2 x RS210's as her main rig and she is trying out Staccato'51 here for the first time. How Rocco Prestia and TC Electronic developed the Staccato'51Staccato'51 was created by combining the unique 'Bass Amp 2.0' capabilities of our RH450 and Rocco's decades of experience as a true bass legend. To get the sound exactly as Rocco wanted, we went through thorough tuning sessions along with countless hours of real life gigs on the road with Rocco and Tower of Power. Here's a rundown of how this unique bass amp came into being...Rocco had been on the lookout for the ultimate bass amp. Hearing rumors about a new and very different bass amp concept – 'Bass Amp 2.0', Rocco arranged to meet with us on the Denmark leg of Tower of Power's 2009 European tour.Rocco tried out the RH450 rig prior to the Tower of Power sound check - and liked what he heard so much that his usual rig was instantly removed from the stage the RH450 put in its place.Shortly afterwards the idea of the customized Staccato'51 was born - Staccato because of Rocco's style of playing, '51 to represent his birth year. Next we meet with Rocco in Hollywood, to start the work on the custom tuning.
During the days of tuning, hours of intensive playing, listening and comparing was undertaken. We tested different playing styles in addition to Rocco's to make sure that the amp would work perfectly - not only for Rocco, but for any player.
Spectra CompMost bass players know that integrated compressors generally don’t sound that good. A regular compressor tends to be dominated by the lower string, but Staccato’51’s SpectraComp technology allows virtually ‘per string’ multi-band compression that evens out the compression across all strings - Rocco adds a touch of SpectraComp to tighten up his sound. TubeToneTubeTone emulates all characteristics of both the pre- and power amp to deliver the full tube sound. Staccato’51 uses the TubeTone to add the growl when really diggin’ in3 User memoriesWith the 3 user memories on Staccato’51 you can easily switch between, for example, your 4- and 5-string basses, or your Rickenbacker and Fender Jazz. Just plug in the bass and use the ‘car radio’ style Store & Recall controls to easily switch between presets for your chosen model. There are three bass user memories, remote control access and visual indicators for Mute and the Tuner. Flexible Tone ControlStraightforward controls like you know them from traditional amps. Voiced by Rocco Prestia to give you plenty of tweaking options to nail the perfect tone. Chances are that this is all you’re ever gonna need. However, if you’re not fully satisfied with the default frequency areas, fear not - we’ve given you the option to change the focus of each of the tone controls through semi parametric access through the shift button. Integrated Chromatic TunerEvery bass player needs a tuner, so we built one in. Simply push the Mute button to get a full-resolution tuner ‘light ring’ to help you tune your instrument quickly and accurately. You can also use the RC4 for easy remote access to this functionality.Once you’ve tried it, you won’t go back….Rocco couldn’t! Rehearsal inputPlaying any instrument on its own can be a little dull, but everyone needs time to practice, which is why Staccato’51 has rehearsal inputs. This rear panel-mounted feature allows you to plug in your iPod, phone, computer or MP3 player via the supplied mini-jack to RCA cable adapter for easy practicing and playing along with recorded music.
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