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  • 455119

    TC Helicon Switch-6 Six Button Footswitch

    4 In Stock

    Switch-6 extends your personal control over your performance and gives you immediate access to advanced features from your feet!  Switch-6 extends the control of compatible TC-Helicon vocal/guitar processors to fit your unique performance style and needs. The six footswitches can be customised to control a multitude of functions, which will let you loop, toggle individual effects, change presets, engage HIT, or even use it as a guitar pedalboard; and more! Create your own favourite control scheme, or use the preprogrammed setups on your unit.

    FEATURES:

    • Six individual footswitches for remote control of programmable functions, e.g. Preset Up/Down, Loop/Rec, Hit, Tap Tempo, Effects On/Off/Momentary, Guitar FX, Boost and similar (consult the manual or the Switch-6 setup menu screen on your unit for exact options)
    • Heavy-duty metal construction designed for gigging
    • Works with VoiceLive Touch 2 and VoiceLive 3
    • Includes TRS cable

    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

    Switch-6 requires the latest firmware to be installed on VoiceLive 3 and VoiceLive Touch 2. If you don’t have it, you can download it for free via VoiceSupport – our free app for PC/Mac.

    Just follow the steps below:

    • Download and install VoiceSupport 

    • Connect VoiceLive 3 or VoiceLive Touch 2 to your computer using the supplied USB cable

    • Launch VoiceSupport

    • After the updates have been downloaded, click on the Firmware tab

    • Click on the topmost firmware version. It will likely say “New” next to it.

    • Allow the update process to complete. DO NOT UNPLUG OR REBOOT YOUR UNIT!

    • The device will come back to normal operating status on its own