The guitar level is in mix setup ie
Tap Mix Button (DO NOT HOLD), press left or right arrow, until Guitar Level, and Reduce to level required, nb 0db is full volume, use the slider to reduce level, you can even turn it off.
I hope that helps
http://www.tc-helicon.com/download/manu … NGv1-2.pdf
Also on Page 19, you could mute the Guitar from the Output mix, (So just your voice is output), and using the guitar thru to your mixing desks and handle volume for guitar from there, this allows the VLT to control harmonies using your guitar, but does not send your guitar to the output mix), then you mix all your levels on mixing desks, with the rest of your band in the mix.
Remember it is best to feed the VLT with clean signal from guitar, and any effects stomp boxes etc, after the VLT, as the VLT uses the root notes of chords for harmonies etc, if you have distortions crunches etc, before the VLT, it could struggle trying to work out the root notes, so clean in to VLT, clean signal out, then to all your effects, then the mixer. Should work nice.
Also You could set the output to be Dual Mono, what that does is send the vocals out of one of the chanels and the guitar out to the Other, (Vocal goes out to lower TRS, and Guitar Upper TRS, if memory serves). Any vocal effects will be summed and output in Mono. As most bands will have there Mixer set for Mono Output only, you will not loose anything. As stereo in a live situation, is only effective for the few people that are in the sweet spot of the stereo image, mono gives all the audience the same experience.
Phew... Thought it would only be a few lines.
Last edited by shoxproductions (2011-12-30 07:59:46)