Try using different effects units along with the
S.TALKER! There are tons of sounds that can be created by running
the SUPER TALKER with various effects.devices
such as reverbs, delays and distortions. Heavy.distortions
seem to sound full and warm.
TALKER can be used with any amplified instrument.with
varying results. Although the guitar is the most popular, a.keyboard
or amplified wind instrument can produce interesting.sounds.
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best, most sonically usable audio is produced when using sounds
which have an element of sustain. Sounds that continue for a period
of time allow space and time for the articulation of spoken words
(kind of like your own vocal cords).
There are "sweet-spots" for the placement of the tube
in your mouth. Try holding the end of the tube firmly but gently
between your upper & lower front teeth right in the center.
Another position which seems to work for some musicians is either
the left or right side of the mouth between the side teeth. Experimentation
will yield the most comfortable and best sounding tube position
for your own performances.
Sound is the vibration of air molecules. If you bite down on the
sound tube, you are effectively blocking the air vibrations which
create the sound from the SUPER TALKER. Beware of this when composing
that chart-topper. On the other hand, you may find a need to intentionally
"stop" the sound during a performance or recording.
It is recommended that a microphone windscreen is used when performing
with the S.TALKER. Because of the close proximity of the tube
and mouth to the microphone, pops and other unwanted noises are
difficult to avoid. Mic windscreens are very inexpensive and can
be purchased at most music stores.
The SUPER TALKER can produce significant volume levels. More than
enough to produce a level high enough to be picked up by the microphone.
In fact, you may be suprised by the wild vibrations inside your
mouth the first time you use it (weird but cool!). Do not overdrive
the S.TALKER - to set the volume for live performance levels,
adjust the P.A. channel for the mic & S.TALKER. Once you get
an acceptable level for the SUPER TALKER, most of the more critical
adjustments, especially for volume, should be made at the P.A.