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RE: looping and using monitors
Great, just when I thought I was done buying things, you had to throw
this into the mix! :)
From: mark sottilaro [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 10:32 AM
Subject: Re: looping and using monitors
In ear monitors have gotten cheaper her in the US, but
they're still pricey. Worth it though, IMO. I bypass
all that by using a Roland Handsonic for percussion.
I know, I know, it's not the same thing, but I dig
that aspect of it.
--- "L. Angulo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> hi folks,
> i am being hired to do gigs where i lay down a
> with different percussion instruments then play and
> sing on top of that.This is a new ball game for me
> instead of just sitting and improvising and is
> challenging switching between part a and b,singing, playing,switching
> guitars and of course not fucking up:-)But it thrills me lately and it
> seems to get more
> attention from the audience rather than playing with
> drum machine.The problem i am having is getting the
> sound bleeding out of the monitors into the loop and
> yes, i do need a monitor to hear my singing.ive seen
> some ear monitors but they are way expensive here,
> anybody here using ear monitors give me a tip? do
> of you looper-singer-guitarrists out there use
> monitors on stage or avoid them all together?
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