Go live with vocal multi effects processing from Roland.
Grab your vocal mic and get effected with the Roland VT-3. Processing with vocal effects is bursting out of the studio and going live. The VT3 lets you adjust pitch/formant on the fly and apply a range of inspiring effects to your voice.
Roland VT3 Effects
- Auto-Pitch Two different modes for harmonising or heavy pitch correction.
- Vocoding The classic vocoder without setting up a keyboard.
- Scatter, Megaphone, Radio Destructive glitching, lofi grit and all that lovely distortion.
- Robot Do the robot! Everyone loves a little electro futurism.
- Synth Play a synth, lead sound or bass synth with your voice.
Roland have also taken care of all the important little things too. There's a XLR/Jack combo input, phantom power, big bright buttons, footswitch pedal control, presets and a USB audio interface for loopback recording.
You would be forgiven for thinking that all this might come in a full rack unit or large desktop unit. However the Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer is about the size of a guitar effects pedal.
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Part of the Roland Aira series, the VT-3 Voice Transformer is designed to be played live and make some noise. It can subtly bolster your vocals with pitch correction and reverb then let rip with a full on megaphone effect or vocoder.
Ready To Play Live
All the controls to do this are right at hand with well lit controls and housed in a tough enclosure. You can store three presets and get dedicated sliders for the reverb and wet/dry balance. If you need any more control then the wet and dry can be sent separately via two outputs rather than operate as a stereo out.
There's no setup hassle or driver/update issues that you can get running software. The VT-3 doesn't pop, click or cause latency problems. Get tweaky, turn knobs and hammer buttons to your hearts content. Connect your mic via XLR/Jack Combo input or a 1/8" inch powered mic jack in the front. It can all run off USB bus power or the supplied adapter too, the same USB connection lets you record via a built in audio interface.
Roland VT-3: Voice Transformer Specification
Voice Changer Effects
- Auto Pitch 1
- Auto Pitch 2
- Pitch slider
- Formant slider
- Mix Balance slider
- Reverb slider
- Character knob
- Robot button
- Bypass button
- Phantom switch
- Select switch
- MIC IN jack (Rear): XLR type (balanced, phantom power: +48
V, 10 mA Max)
- MIC IN jack (Rear): 1/4-inch TRS phone type (balanced)
- MIC IN jack (Front): Stereo miniature phone type (plug-in
- PHONES jack: Stereo miniature phone type
- OUT jacks: 1/4-inch phone type
- USB port: USB type B (Audio)
- PEDAL jack: 1/4-inch phone type
- DC IN jack
AC adaptor or obtained via USB port (USB bus power)
210 (W) x 175 (D) x 57 (H) mm
8-5/16 (W) x 6-15/16 (D) x 2-1/4 (H) inches