I used to sing through a Fender Super Reverb Amplifier and with some of the reverb on I got a very rich, full vocal response.
As I have gotten older, I have lost some baritone resonance and wonder if there is a way to duplicate that effect with my T1 and L1 Model 2?
I'm using the EV N/D767 Mic with the matching setting.
Thought I would be ok singing dry with the tracking but some of my listeners are saying that my live vocals are not blending with the recordings.
Any ideas to help me on this?
Hi Dance Host,
Try turning on the reverb. If you are running your microphone into T1® Channel 1, press the Channel 1 CH Edit button.
At this point the Reverb is turned on. Experiment with the settings above (Mix, Bright)
and if you want to try different reverb types do this (below).
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I probably don't want to effect the music tracking. Is that a consideration here? Also have CD Player in 3 and Laptop in 4/5 USB.
Of course I hope to realize the support I received from the previous Fender guitar amp reverb(spring type I think), on the mic channel.
Just looking for any possible headsup or expectations on this before I experiment with it.
Hi Dance Host,
You can turn the reverb on/off independently for each T1® Channel.
The first step is to select the Channel to which you want to apply reverb. That's why I specified "If you are running your microphone into T1® Channel 1, press the Channel 1 CH Edit button. "
If you run your CD Player in Channel 3 and Laptop in 4/5 USB, applying reverb to Channel 1 will NOT affect the other Channels. If you do have reverb turned on there by accident, you can turn it off.
Try it! Experiment with the various settings.
Please let us know how it works for you.
Thanks for the reinforcement. Worked with the reverb a couple of hours this morning and made some progress.
Recorded what I was doing and while it sounded good on the stage with the L1 back and to my left. The recording came out with the voice overpowering the music in volume and broadness. Recorder was about 40 feet from the L1. Not sure what to make of this.
Hi Dance Host,
What I find when I use reverb (yes, I do use it on occasion) is that the reverb I hear from the Cylindrical Radiator® overpowers my sense of the natural reverb in the room. On stage, near the Cylindrical Radiator® things may sound okay, but out in the room, there is both the reverb from the Cylindrical Radiator® plus the reverb from the room.
Try this - reduce the reverb (reduce the Mix - 3. Below) setting to reduce the sense that the voice is overpowering the music.
And try turning down the vocal channel on the T1®.
Finding that perfect mix between the vocal and the music may take some practice. Recording what is heard in the audience area is good tool for learning about this.
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