#1
I'm starting recording vocals and I love voice delay and reverb in my songs, so I was wondering how can I achieve that? Should I record the vocals and then add delay/reverb on cubase?

I also look forward to play the songs live so I'm going to need those same effects to apply to my voice (in choruses etc). Obviously I won't have cubase so i guess I'll need an effects processor am I right? Which one do you guys recommend? (also if the effects processor works as I imagine, I could just record my vocals with the effect already).

Thank you!
#2
I honestly don't recamend useing alot of effects if your going to sing the songs live.
#3
yeah youll need a vocal processor. and Lots of people use effects life its just that good quality vocal effects are expensive as ****
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#4
Some mixers come with usable effects and some come with aweful ones. If you are in the market for a board too you could find one with good effects & make due with that for a while. Eventually, you would probably want a good vocal processor. They are great for doing harmonies and all sorts of things.

Also, I wouldn't worry about having recorded and live sounds be exactly alike. Lo9ad up on your recording if you wish and do what you can live. They don't have to sound exact!
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#5
Quote by TechnoLp
yeah youll need a vocal processor. and Lots of people use effects life its just that good quality vocal effects are expensive as ****


Wow I had no idea. I'm not going to use a lot of effects. Like I said before, it's just something very simple like a delay or reverb. Is there any delay pedal for the vocals? Or maybe use the delay pedal I have (for guitar) on vocal signal?

The way I see it it's very simple and shouldn't really be that expensive
#6
most standard delay pedals will work with vocals, use in your mixers FX chain when going live.
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Quote by Kid_Thorazine
most standard delay pedals will work with vocals, use in your mixers FX chain when going live.


Yes, I was thinking about that. However I'm not sure how to do it.

Should it be like: mic -> PA -> delay pedal?
#10
Quote by Jared R. Boyd
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no it would be better to run the pedal through the boards effects loop.
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