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Headset mic

 Hi Stefan,
You mentioned you are using an AudioTechnica headset mic.  Sounds like a
very convenient mic that frees up your hands to operate faders, play
instruments etc.

Can you elaborate on your use of the mic?  Model # of the mic,  how it
sounds compared to other popular vocal mics, feedback rejection etc ?


-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Tiedje [mailto:Stefan-Tiedje@addcom.de] 
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2007 2:37 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com

Michael Peters schrieb:
> :-)  very simple. I've grown too old to schlepp tons of gear.

Yeah, mine fits into a small rucksack: 12" Powerbook running Max/MSP, Esi
Quatafire 610, up to three fader boxes (Fostex MixTAB, Doepfer PocketFader
and PocketDial), Yamaha CBX K1 mini keyboard - all fed by an AudioTechnica
headset, eventually some additional Mics. For "bigger" 
sets I can throw in a Peavey RQ 200 Mixer (the smallest mixer I know with 
inputs, 6 of them mic ins...)

Sound sources include, beside my voice, plastic water bottles and Tibetan


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