Hi, here's the deal:
My singer uses a TC Helicon Voice Live. It's not because of the quality of FX or even the Harmonies... It's just so that she can have FX control with her feet.
She uses only 2 presets:
One dry used for talking between songs
One with reverb and tap delay, on this one the delay level is controlled with an expression pedal so she can have only reverb or any quantity of "music synced delay" immediately available at all times.
What I've done:
I've turned the dry vocal of the Voice Live off. So I have only FX coming out of the pedalboard.
I take a signal from the "Mic Pass trough" out of the pedalboard to the M20d. This is the clean mic signal taken before the TC Helicon's Converters.
I use 1 normal channel on the M20d for the vocal: using preset "Female Lead"
And one stereo line in, using just the "Line in" preset for the TC FX.
This way I get to work with the direct vocal signal normally and use the M20d's amazing tools to avoid feedback, EQ, Compress, Etc...
Then I just add the FX to taste just by turning up the "line in" channel.
If I turn the FX a bit high I get feedback!
I think this is because the "Line in" preset on the M20d doesn't have feedback suppression...
It's not to bad, and I almost never use a high enough level on the FX channel to cause real problems.
But it's something extra do be careful and think about when doing sound...
Any Ideas to improve?