#1
Ok, a quick question. Is there a way to cup the mike without creating feedback? If so, please explain. And second of all, is plugging the mike into an effects pedal ok? Will it cause any technical problems? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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#3
Excuse my ignorance lol, but uh, an EQ? Whats that? And can you explain how to do that?
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#5
Quote by rusted_nail
Is there a way to cup the mike without creating feedback?
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.




Assuming you're talking about using it live, and that you're using a mixer, it should have an EQ for each channel. On a mixer it will probably be your set of knobs that are second from the top. The top knob will be your input gain, and below that will be your EQ. It's kind of hard to explain how to use a mixers EQ without having one to show you on, and without knowing what kind of EQ your mixer has.
#6
my friend used to cup his mic and it made lots of nasty feedback
he got a different pa and it never happened again