So the band I regularly run sound for the female singer uses one of those Boss Double footswitch Vocal processor pedals inline with her mic to the snake.Uses it for a doubler and harmonizer effect on a handfull of songs. I dunno much about it cept that it sucks the body outta the tone.I usually can't get a great input level off her mic either(gain almost cranked to get to zero on the meter).Asking her to bring up the output of the device just makes more megaphone tone.The internal EQ on this thing is bypassed. Is there a trick to this or is this thing just a lo-fi POS?She(and the rest of the band)are using Audix OM-5 mics.With out this thing inline I get a whole lot more signal to the mixer and better tone so it definetly is the Boss pedal.
The first thing that comes to my mind is to split the mic so that you can get a "clean" mic signal for when she isn't using the pedal.
Yea she wants to use it cause she paid like $300 for it.But the dry signal is so much more realistic and full.How would I split the signal.Mic out-XLR Y cable,one side to effect and out to mixer,second side to second mixer channel? No hum issues? Do I need to lift the ground on one side of the Y cable?This sounds like an idea I wanna try.
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