#1
Can anybody tell me why in a number of old Sabbath concerts I see Ozzy singing into two mics? Paris 1970 would be a good example. I realized that they could be used to achieve the "duet" effect he has on early stuff, but I'm not sure about this. Can someone confirm my suspicions?
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Effect,Watch Tool Live,Maynard uses like 290482094890 things to sing threw
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oh cool.. i got war pigs vid from the paris concert
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Was this before PA's were used? Could be that he could only hook his mic up to a certain # of mic amps, and needed more power?
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I've seen the Grateful Dead do the same thing, it could be something involving stereo or that one mic can only pick up a specific range while the other gets another range.
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