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Author Topic: Live Vocal Rig  (Read 4823 times)

(BJ) Benjamin Fisher

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Re: Live Vocal Rig
« Reply #10 on: December 28, 2009, 01:05:43 pm »

I forgot to mention, I need a mic that is pretty durable. Doesnt have to be like a 58 but still able to take a little abuse. I'm good with my equipment.
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Rick Stansby

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Re: Live Vocal Rig
« Reply #11 on: December 28, 2009, 01:21:36 pm »

benjamin fisher wrote on Sun, 27 December 2009 23:59

Walter Wright wrote on Sun, 27 December 2009 20:23

were you going to run your mic through all this stuff on stage before it gets sent to FOH (which would likely mess up your monitors and annoy the house guy), get him to insert it on your channel at the board (which would also likely mess up your monitors if they're run from there and annoy the house guy), or try to get him to patch it in properly, with preamps in-line, compressors split-channeled or inserted on subgroups, and effects sent through auxes (which would sound best, but would probably really annoy the house guy)?

I'm not really sure...


The rack stuff idea was meant to be with the FOH guy, controlled by him. The thought of having the Effects/Tap Delay pedal was for when we dont have a FOH guy...




I would let the house guy use the house fx.  He will be familiar with them, and know how to get a decent sound.  
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Re: Live Vocal Rig
« Reply #12 on: December 28, 2009, 02:53:24 pm »

Jumping in late on this one.

It's fine to debate all the points here and I tend to agree that you start with a decent mic.  However, everything from there on is full of variables, especially deployment of the system and the space in which it is to be operated.  You're best off having good inputs, good stuff to input and the realization that it is more the entertainment business than the music business.

People may talk about this or that after the show, but only if the show was worth remembering.  Very few people are more impressed by sonic quality as opposed to the material presented.

Do what you can and then relax......
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