#1
My bandmates and I are playing some songs like "holiday" and "letterbomb" that have a megaphone sounding vocal part. We figured that we could use my walkie talkies and connect one to the mixer ( Eurorack ub1622 FX-Pro ) using the speaker output on the walkie talkie. This worked but we get insanely bad feedback from the PA (bass amp) we are using. Does anyone know a way we could cut the feedback down or should we try something else to get that sound?
#3
I saw a video of Muse playing their cover of Feelin Good in which the singer sings through a megaphone, and did so in the live version, seemed like it worked. I guess it's worth a try.
#4
Quote by stasz
I saw a video of Muse playing their cover of Feelin Good in which the singer sings through a megaphone, and did so in the live version, seemed like it worked. I guess it's worth a try.

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uhm...buy a megaphone???

well i figured that since i already had some walkie talkies i might as well try to find a way to do it.
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well i figured that since i already had some walkie talkies i might as well try to find a way to do it.

You could either buy a megaphone, or just mike one of the walky talkies, instead of plugging it in
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#6
PS Letterbomb is a dope song, and props to your band for wanting to accurately recreate it down to the megaphone sound vocals in some parts
#7
Just kick in an EQ. Cut out all the bass and most of the midrange - bada bing bada boom - megaphone.
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Just kick in an EQ. Cut out all the bass and most of the midrange - bada bing bada boom - megaphone.

it'd work but we don't have someone to stand around the mixer to set the effect and set it back as needed.