My experiments on Zoom 2 Processor!

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by sDEVs, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor

    Hi friends,

    I just did a little experiment with my Zoom 2 Guitar Processor. Actually used it as a voice processor. I just connected my Ahuja UTP 30 collar mic to it & sang in it. Earlier it didnt give any sound. Later after adjusting few up & down settings on my Marshall Amp & few Knobs of my processor, at some effects voice also gave efects of guitar, but I had to speak each word distinctly in it... Robotic, delay, etc etc

    It was fun... :shock:
  2. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor

    Seems no one's intrested in processors!
  3. flood

    flood New Member

    what tipped you off?
  4. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor

    Coz, its not par the quality of the real voice processors... If u increase the volume, that typical "buzz" of frequency is heard which is quiet irritating... Hence.

    Any similiar experiances?
  5. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    I have used my Rp 80 processor for voice processing and the output was not all that bad. The thing to do is to run it into a flat amp while having the amp modeling turned off in the processor. I used a headphone's mic, which have higher impedance that matches instrument impedance, i guess. So, i didn't have any frequency problems.
  6. sDEVs

    sDEVs Inventor

    Hmm.. il try it out, but can we really use it for a live performance?

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