#1
Recently i've Been running my mic through my Line 6 Toneport UX2 to practice singing and playing at the same time. I've been using the headphone output of the ux2 with my PC speakers plugged in, to hear the music and my vocals. I use my Amp for my playing, but along the way the vocals seem to get covered up by the music coming out of the speakers due to the mic level not being able to go very high.

My question is what do you guys recommend i could use or buy to be able to hear my vocals better while playing, so I don't have to sing louder than i should and hurt my voice. I use a Powered mixer w/ speakers at when jamming with friends, but i don't feel the need to purchase all of that when im just practicing at home.
Gear:
  • Orange TH30
  • Framus Cobra 4x12
  • Gibson Les Paul Studio
  • Gibson Explorer
  • Taylor 214CE-G
#2
play acoustic and sing. trust me.
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#3
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play acoustic and sing. trust me.


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#4
Quote by TK1
play acoustic and sing. trust me.


Well what im practicing for is more of a live situation, plus i dont own an acoustic
Gear:
  • Orange TH30
  • Framus Cobra 4x12
  • Gibson Les Paul Studio
  • Gibson Explorer
  • Taylor 214CE-G
#6
Turn amp down.

Use headphones.
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