#1
I was wondering if there was anyone that had any idea of any things that can be used to do things like add reverb to your voice or other effects, not from the mixer, but like a stomp box. Also, I was wondering if anyone knew if the lead singer of Nickelback sends his voice through distortion or something. Thank you.
#2
why would you care about nickleback, they sound like an angry version of the backstreet boys.
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#3
^Naw, more like N*Sync.

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#4
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I was wondering if there was anyone that had any idea of any things that can be used to do things like add reverb to your voice or other effects, not from the mixer, but like a stomp box. Also, I was wondering if anyone knew if the lead singer of Nickelback sends his voice through distortion or something. Thank you.


eh, aside from reverb, i don't know. Depends on what kind of music it is.
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#5
Using wah is simply awesome.
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#6
Chad Kroeger (is that right?) does not use distortion on most stuff, chorus is very common on vox along with compression, reverb, delay.
When it comes to adding distortion to a vocal it is usually done in post production from my experience and not with a lot of gain, i prefer a soft OD so the vocals are still recognisable while still having an edge, take Weeny Beeny by the Foo Fighters for example! I also recommend having a dry and wet signal and mixing both also.
Pro tools has some great plug-ins for voice processing but it is possible to use stomp boxes with the correct settings!
#7
I think I've seen the guy from At the Drive-In use stompboxes, but that's all I can remember. It was a sub-octave effect in the song I saw, I think.
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