Just did 3 nights in a downtown club with VoiceLive2. It’s so cool when you get time to use the product you’ve been developing in the heat of performance, especially when the assumptions we made on improvements to the previous VoiceLive turn out to be actual improvements in the real world of gigging!
Brian Stevenson, a frequent commenter on this blog, made his plea for beta testing a VoiceLive 2 and we delivered. He’s been taking a beta VoiceLive 2 for a spin for a few days. You can check out his thoughts and comments at his blog We had some teething issues with software update on his [...]
Thought some of you would be interested to follow the lives of some VoiceLive 2 beta units.
Take a tour of some of the edit menus on VoiceLive 2.
The first build of BETA software was released on April 3rd. This is even further along that the alpha build we used for the demos at Musikmesse. At this point testing is the biggest part of our life. This includes fixing bugs but also getting final minor features implemented that came up through alpha testing. [...]
Laura Clapp shows some practical use of step mode. The example also includes stacked harmonies, doubling and a bit of choir.
Ok, we’ve made you wait patiently to hear live demos of VoiceLive 2. Here’s product specialist/songwriter Laura Clapp demonstrating VoiceLive 2 at Musikmesse 2009 in Frankfurt.
We let you know a month ago about pilot production, now the next manufacturing step – pre production is complete.
Couple weeks ago Tom taped me checking out the alpha implementation of the auto mic-gain feature. There are some graphic details to work out – but it’s nearly finalized.
Earlier on in February I got a chance to sit down and spend some time with the preset step function on VoiceLive 2. This is going to be great for building up tunes during live performance.