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  • #98995
    Bill Hammond
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    I thought I would start a topic on the use of Voice Processors while playing live venues. I am playing in 2 groups and on select songs I just play
    a horn section part. An example would be the tune Vehicle. Harmonizing a 3rd 5th and a higher or lower note to get a horn section effect.
    I just purchased a Boss VE-20 vocal processor to try this and I am not convinced it is a good sound. I plan on getting input from band members next week
    The VE-20 has a bunch of effects and sounds, reverb, echo, etc.
    Here is a YouTube video of a demonstration of the unit. Does anyone have any experience with this and if so what would you suggest. I can still return it if there is a better way to go. Thanks for any input. Jam on…
    Bill

    #99000
    RockinRobin
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    I’ll be working on sub tones for the next few weeks, months, or years

    #99011
    saxomonica
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    Bill, this looks way cool, cobber! Ya! Apparently YouTube has some tutes?
    Thanks for sharing, mate! 🙂
    Great video. Thanking you. Fun, fun, fun.
    I liked the preset, “arena”. This is surely gonna blow your fans away.
    From the Madison Square Garden? lol

    “Double voice” after “harmonica” is groovy.
    ‘N preset pitch corrector less effective on sax? Makes sense.
    Robot sounds a bit like Leo P?
    Lotsa interesting and impressive combinations, for sure.
    I want one too!!!

    https://www.ebay.com.au/p/133839772

    William, it grows as it goes. Time, devourer of all things.
    Here’s a thang ~

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiQyDeZm450

    #99018
    RockinRobin
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    Thanks for all the helpful info re: sub tones

    #99019
    saxomonica
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    Only to pleased to help, @RockinRobin
    Heya,what d’you reckon about the Multi Effects Unit that Bill has elaborated on?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pP59zMKvtJ4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFAkXXHxgF4

    Cheers,
    Mark

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