Recently, I’ve been contemplating the extent to which I can manipulate my own natural sound to create an effect in live performance that emulates what’s been done in the studio.
In the past, I’ve used the Digitech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor to add different delay and reverb effects to my voice. This has been useful to attain the specific vibe I want without having to rely on a sound guy to control the effect. Having complete control of what, when and how much is quite beneficial to a live performer.
Now I’m ready to take the effects to a different level by experimenting with the Line 6 DL4 Stompbox, the little green box that’s a favorite tool for guitarists, vocalists, and other instrumentalists alike in sound manipulation. Check out what Reggie Watts does with it! Extreme. Extremely awesome, too.
If you are interested in what I can do with one of these things, here’s a hint:
Come to my CD release party on June 25th!!!