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  1. SpinningDaveMachine

    Gillan Sabbath effects advice

    Hi gang, I've recently joined a Black Sabbath tribute band that specialize in the Dio albums with a few Gillan tracks thrown in. I'd really like to have a stomp box I can use to recreate the live effects sound Ian Gillan has on the live in Reading, which can be heard on the bonus edition version of Born Again. Id imagine a similar pedal would be useful for some ozzy as well. I've previously used TC Helicon stomp pedals and found them ok, if a bit temperamental, with a tendency to distort on higher pitches. Happy to consider a different manufacturer etc. Any suggestions? Cheers!
  2. Hello everyone im after some advise please, im a lead singer in covers band(we do everything from 60's to modern music) and im looking for a pedal to provide me with reverb, delay effects etc. i have narrowed my selection down to 3 and was wondering what you thought would be my best choice my options are: TC Helicon Mic Mechanic 2, Boss ve-1 or TC Helicon Voiceplay live. i know the voiceplay is slightly more expensive but if it will be worth it i will stretch to it. I just sing lead and dont play any instrument thanks in advance
  3. Back by popular demand... The Carbonphone with limited edition dark stained Tone Box and retro knob! $425US + S/H. First come, first serve. Get in touch here: http://placidaudio.com/contact. Sound samples and additional info here: http://placidaudio.com/products/carbonphone/
  4. Yo TMVW People, Pals, and fellow lovers of sangin'! If you watch this video (starting after 5:05) past the alien stuff, the author explains some impressive voice technology advances made by Google. It's interesting, ... and I thought it was funny that the first thing I think of is how now ( soon ), any person who can mimic the singing mannerisms (a good impression of their articulation) of a famous singer, and has decent rhythm (those are "some" of the most basic skills), could turn on the effect and now, out of the speakers comes the Artist of their choice (on a drop down menu no doubt ) Dio, Mercury, Jackson, Elvis, take your pick! Actually having vocal cords that sound like the artist no longer required to book a tribute band gig! feels like a step beyond pitch correction to be sure. Just fun with toys to me however, I know there are purists who might find this a disgusting perpetuation of a digital cancer on musicianship. anyway, just a crazy funny thought I had after watching the video.
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    Kevin Alexander is the CEO of TC-Helicon vocal pedals are the world's leader in vocal processing products for singers. TC-Helicon manufactures vocal pedals for singers, the MP-75 microphone and rack mounted systems that are used all over the world by singer's that know where to find the best vocal pedals. Kevin Alexander www.TC-Helicon.com

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  6. Hi guys, as some of you may know I am the happy owner of a vocal effects unit by Digitech (Vocalist Live FX), which I rely on to get a great sound when I'm performing or during band practice. I am not disputing which brand is the best/worst, but as I just stumbled on this short list from 2016, I thought it would be cool to share it with fellow members. I hope you enjoy it. Keep on Rocking! https://www.gearank.com/guides/vocal-effects-pedal
  7. Hi guys! I hope this type of thing is ok to post here. I know it's alway a bit iffy posting something like this as your first post in a forum, but I'm trying to find the spots on the web where singers that own some tech gear hang out. For my Bachelor thesis in music performance I'm researching vocal live effect devices. If you're at all using pedals or multi-effects operated on stage in your live performances, it would be super nice if you could fill out this survey! It is only part of a bigger research, so not very extensive and will only take a couple of minutes to fill out. https://shirschmann.typeform.com/to/eHCjUx
  8. Robert Lunte, founder of The Vocalist Studio International offers some insights regarding the TC-Helicon, Performance-V processor for singers. VISIT THESE SITES TO LEARN MORE: http://www.TC-Helicon.com http://www.TheFourPillarsofSinging.com
  9. TMV World Team

    Vocal Gear Recommendations For Singers

    What is a vocalist's gig bag? Generally speaking, a vocalist's gig bag is a bag in which you will keep all of your tools as a serious vocalist so that you will always have everything you need for the gig, practice or your voice lessons. I have been training contemporary vocalists for over 10 years and performing live and recording since I was a teenager. The following recommendations are field tested. If you have any questions about these products, please feel free to contact me on The Modern Vocalist or send me an email at robert@thevocaliststudio.com and we can talk your specific application. Recommended Vocal Gear Microphones RODE M1 (dynamic) RODE M2 (condenser)Electro -Voice N/D 767a Electro-Voice N/D 967a Electro-Voice PL80aSENNHEISER e935 AKG D7 Lampifier 111TC-Helicon MP-75 Neumann 104 The Samson Airline 77 (Wireless Microphone Solution) Vocal Effect Pedals TC-Helicon Mic Mechanic TC-Helicon VoiceTone Create XT TC-Helicon Doubler (simulates studio doubling) TC-Helicon Correct (compression)TC-Helicon VoiceTone Singles D1 Digital Audio Work Stations (DAW) & Plug-ins LogicPro X (The DAW from Apple. Can be found on a Mac Book) Nector 2 Suite (DAW Vocal Plug-in)Waves (DAW Vocal Plug-ins) Vocal Rider Vitamin Doubler Olympus LS-12 Live Recorder (for quick plug-in play demos) Microphone Pre-Amps Universal Audio Twin-Finity 710 (Professional Level) Focusrite ISA One (Professional Level) Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (Home Recording Solution) Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 (Home Recording Solution) Headphones Extreme Isolation Headphones X-29s Other Vocal Gear Master Writer Sofware Singer's Tea & The Vocal Inhaler Olympus Hand held Digital Recorder (The WS SeriesHercules Microphone Stands Pocket Tone or purchase the PocketTones app. on iPhone. Vocal booth to go or Sterling Reflection Filter Spectrum Software Recommendations PC: " Voce Vista" Click HERE >>> Apple (iPhone & iPad only): "Spectrum Analyzer" by ONYX Settings: FFT Size - 8192 / Window - Rect / Average - Fast / Graph - Mixed / Scale Log CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE RECOMMENDED VOCAL GEAR * This product review is a courtesy of The Modern Vocalist World and is endorsed by The Vocalist Studio International.
  10. Hi all I am a singer/songwriter musician who plays guitar, bass, ukulele etc and I go busking from time to time. sure i am in no way a professional at all. I have just made a neat amp from a sub woofer which has a mod added to the circuit which bypasses the low frequency filter in the sub. (for more info see Acoustic Amplifier where i got the idea i have the same 12v car sub at bottom of page) thsi amp can be powered by mains and battery and i intend to use it for busking. The amp sounds great especially for guitar/bass and my electric stompbox foot drum. only problem is the microphone is not quite loud enough by itself. into this amp i have a small portable microphone mixer pictured below. this just gives me 4 channels into the amp, with no effects, eq or boost. i need a boost for the microphone, a small battery powered pedal. it does not have to be an expensive unit. i am just wanting to see my options. on another note I have seen many professional microphone pedals by tc helicon, boss etc many which are not battery powered. so not sure what i could use at all. initially just needing a boost to the mic i am not against looking at other battery powered mic effects pedals if they are good and give vocal effects too. I am kind of on a Low budget so would love to know any low cost options first, Thanks for taking the time to read and apply to this post.
  11. Just curious to know if anyone else is using the VL2 for gigging (or recording)?     I've been using it live in my band for about 6 months and love it, however I've found the learning curve is a bit steep (coming from someone with no knowledge of how effects like harmonies or delays need to be programmed).   Wondering if anyone would be interested in sharing patches at all?
  12. The TMV World Vocal Gear Recommendations! This forum is designed to capture recommendations from the members of The Modern Vocalist World regarding vocal gear. Please share with the community your top recommendations regarding microphones, vocal effects, vocal pedals, home recording gear, DAWs, vocal health products and any other products and services that would be of interest for this singing community. Recommendations from the community will then be added to the customer built, TMV Vocal Gear Store. The Vocal Gear Store will save you time because all the products have been tried and tested by the TMV World Membership. Those that post and share their recommendations, we thank you for your time and contributions. Visit The Vocal Gear Store!
  13. Hello TMV World Forum Athletes;   I was invited to do an interview for a TV program that reviews musician gear. This was a segment for "vocal gear". I brought in my personal collection of hand held live microphones and stomper pedals and discussed it on the show. I think it is some what informative and a bit entertaining... I think its a good idea to get it posted on the forum here.   Enjoy!   Robert Lunte - Microphone and Vocal Pedal Reviews - Hard Rock Cafe         CLICK HERE   FOR PDF OF TVS/ROBERT VOCAL GEAR RECOMMENDATIONS     CLICK HERE   FOR THE TMV WORLD VOCAL GEAR STORE
  14. What is a vocalist's gig bag? Generally speaking, a vocalist's gig bag is a bag in which you will keep all of your tools as a serious vocalist so that you will always have everything you need for the gig, practice or your voice lessons. I have been training contemporary vocalists for over 10 years and performing live and recording since I was a teenager. The following recommendations are field tested. If you have any questions about these products, please feel free to contact me on The Modern Vocalist or send me an email at robert@thevocaliststudio.com and we can talk your specific application. Recommended Vocal Gear Microphones RODE M1 (dynamic) RODE M2 (condenser)Electro -Voice N/D 767a Electro-Voice N/D 967a Electro-Voice PL80aSENNHEISER e935 AKG D7 Lampifier 111TC-Helicon MP-75 Neumann 104 The Samson Airline 77 (Wireless Microphone Solution) Vocal Effect Pedals TC-Helicon Mic Mechanic TC-Helicon VoiceTone Create XT TC-Helicon Doubler (simulates studio doubling) TC-Helicon Correct (compression)TC-Helicon VoiceTone Singles D1 Digital Audio Work Stations (DAW) & Plug-ins LogicPro X (The DAW from Apple. Can be found on a Mac Book) Nector 2 Suite (DAW Vocal Plug-in)Waves (DAW Vocal Plug-ins) Vocal Rider Vitamin Doubler Olympus LS-12 Live Recorder (for quick plug-in play demos) Microphone Pre-Amps Universal Audio Twin-Finity 710 (Professional Level) Focusrite ISA One (Professional Level) Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (Home Recording Solution) Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 (Home Recording Solution) Headphones Extreme Isolation Headphones X-29s Other Vocal Gear Master Writer Sofware Singer's Tea & The Vocal Inhaler Olympus Hand held Digital Recorder (The WS SeriesHercules Microphone Stands Pocket Tone or purchase the PocketTones app. on iPhone. Vocal booth to go or Sterling Reflection Filter Spectrum Software Recommendations PC: " Voce Vista" Click HERE >>> Apple (iPhone & iPad only): "Spectrum Analyzer" by ONYX Settings: FFT Size - 8192 / Window - Rect / Average - Fast / Graph - Mixed / Scale Log CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE RECOMMENDED VOCAL GEAR * This product review is a courtesy of The Modern Vocalist World and is endorsed by The Vocalist Studio International. View full articles