Do great singers primarily listen to themselves through ears, or through bone conduction, or mixture of the two? What source of feedback do they use?
Looking for sourced answers, i.e. "Pavarotti says X in interview Y": When practicing specifically for tone, do great singers listen to themselves – more through sound traveling though the air to ...
I know guitar feedback naturally comes with high volume while playing in front of speakers, but there are some tips to increase it, such as compression, overdrive, etc. I'd like to know if there is a ...
I'm having a problem in a live staging setup, in which I have 3 guitar amps and 2 bass amps, all miked, feeding back on on-stage rifle mics. Just to specify, there isn't any way to line out from these ...
I'm talking about best position to put PA speaker while me (as a band that consist of lead vocal, 1 backing vocal, an acoustic-guitar (plugged), a bass, and an acoustic-small-drum.) play in a small ...
While using the microphone in front of the speaker, it makes a howling sound. Why is it so? How can I avoid that without reducing the sound?
I'm using an acoustic guitar with built-in pickup (on-board pickup - undersaddle pickup specifically), which have a soundhole of course. If I'm playing on-stage, the guitar wil give some feedback ...
So, I have just set up a rig which, along with other things, allows me to create theremin like feedback from my guitar, controlling pitch through various means... it gets pretty crazy at times, which ...
I have a Les Paul with Burstbucker pickups. They sound amazing because they are so hot (very high output). However, when I play with a lot of overdrive, it will constantly squeal (super annoying high ...
I was always intrigued with the way Ted Nugent/Adrian Belew/Jeff Beck/Jimi Hendrix/SRV were able to control feedback and make it musical - are there guitar/amp settings and techniques that can make ...