8 Jan 2010 — With TC-Helicon’s VoiceSupport it’s now even easier to back up, restore and edit all presets and system settings for VoiceLive 2, VoiceTone Synth, Harmony G-XT and the new Create XT.
TC-Helicon, already a leading innovator in the world of vocal processing, is updating its VoiceSupport software. Now users of TC-Helicon products – currently VoiceLive 2, VoiceTone Synth, Harmony G-XT and Create XT – can manage many aspects of their hardware’s firmware and presets from the comfort of Mac or PC.
What is VoiceSupport?
VoiceSupport is a free, simple, and powerful application that keeps your USB-equipped TC-Helicon product up to date. It downloads news items about the latest firmware versions, availability of video tutorials and offers tips, tricks and videos that allow you to get the most from your TC-Helicon product. Furthermore, it offers a quick method for backing up and restoring user presets.
VoiceSupport was launched in 2009 alongside TC-Helicon’s first USB-enabled product, VoiceLive 2.
The main features of the version 1.1 update:
• Drag and drop preset management. Users can now create multiple back-up sets and store them on their Mac or PC. These can then easily be dragged/dropped back to the hardware. Users can also change preset names and aspects within each preset, such as re-ordering steps in VoiceLive 2.
• Users can manage multiple connected products. Many TC-Helicon customers own more than one device – now any number can be simultaneously connected, updated, and have presets managed.
• Access to more great content with EasyFilter. In addition to delivering tips, tricks and updates on your connected product, VoiceSupport can now deliver general news and great editorial content from VoiceCouncil Magazine, TCHelicon’s online resource for singers. Filters allow you to see only what you want to see.
• Users will notice a faster response time and improved connectivity with TCHelicon products, as well as many other tweaks and fixes.
VoiceSupport software version 1.1 will be available on the TC-Helicon website in February 2010.