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Professor Monkey

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HA....that reminds me.

 

In the 70's, we wanted to play "Slow Ride" by Foghat.

 

I wanted to get that...BREATHY/Chorused sound in that one part so I hooked up a mic to a Mutron Bi-Phase and.....VOILA!

 

SLOW...RI-IDE!! SSSSSssssssSSSSS.

TAKE it EA-SY!! sssssSSSSSSsssss. :D

 

Randy

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HA....that reminds me.

 

In the 70's, we wanted to play "Slow Ride" by Foghat.

 

I wanted to get that...BREATHY/Chorused sound in that one part so I hooked up a mic to a Mutron Bi-Phase and.....VOILA!

 

SLOW...RI-IDE!! SSSSSssssssSSSSS.

TAKE it EA-SY!! sssssSSSSSSsssss. :D

 

Randy

 

Nice. :)

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Be sure your mic is either a high impedance mic (read: cheap) or buy a $15 impedance converter that can be put inline with the mic cable at the pedal end. Of course, you're limiting the vocal quality to the level of the amp. Guitar amps have been used by many for vocals, but they're not designed for it.

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Uhmn, are you putting the vocals through any kind of a mixer? If so, there might be an effects send/return, insert, or loop-assign, etc. that you could use to put a pedal or processor or modeler on the vocals.

 

One popular line of guitar processors that've been used by some high-profile pro producers for vocals, drums, and who-knows-what-else is the Tech 21 Sansamp series of analog, solid-state preamps. All over several albums by Los Lobos...

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