#1
i dont know if this is the right place to ask this, but ill go ahead anyway =]

i need something, probably for under about 150 pounds, that'll put effects on my voice, a kind of multi effects pedal but for vocals

the kinda thing im looking for is

distortion, that kinda lo-fi thing you hear on a lot of songs, and other such cool things i can do to make vocals that little bit more exciting

oh and also it'd be great if there was something for imitating a megaphone =]

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#2
You can get a cable to plug a mic into a guitar amp. I would assume that you could use any sort of guitar effects on voice, because for the most part, guitar and voice are the same range of notes.
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#3
Im pretty sure Digitech makes a Vocal Multi effects thing like the RP series. Dont know if its good or not
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Im pretty sure Digitech makes a Vocal Multi effects thing like the RP series. Dont know if its good or not


I believe this is what that guy was talking about. I haven't tried it either.
#5
i cant use guitar effects though. some of them are different, and the distortion needs to be less or it just feeds back. things like that.
#6
cheers thats great

ive heard bad reviews about the guitar versions though

does it continue?
#7
Most Digitech stuff in my experience is crap.
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#8
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Most Digitech stuff in my experience is crap.



I agree.
there is some thing out there called the vocal producer or processor or something.
i think it was either made by T.C. Electronic or voiceworks.

Idk.
something like that

It comes in a rack unit or a floor unit.
#9
Digitech is pretty awful when it comes to their effects processors.
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#10
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i cant use guitar effects though. some of them are different, and the distortion needs to be less or it just feeds back. things like that.
Here's a cheap set-up:
1) Nady crossover $80 and 3 xlr to 1/4" cables, $30
2) run the mid-band thru a $15 Dano Fab distortion
3) mix into a $40 Behringer mixer (which also has a mic preamp)

Using a crossover is the only way to get distortion to sound right on vocals (and drums). This also kills feedback. Good luck!
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