Can you use a talk box without a microphone?

Can you use a talk box without a microphone?

Why do I need a microphone for the talk box? The talk box requires a mic so that the crowd is able to hear it when played live and so that you achieve the best quality audio when recording. Pencil microphones are best used with a talk box, but any will work.

Can you use a talkbox without an amp?

Well it’s not that the talkbox will sound like **** through it but you do need a seperate amp for a talkbox. Preferably a PA system cause the mic will feedback like crazy through a guitar amp.

Do you need a speaker for a talk box?

yes, you’ll need a microphone if you want to record your talkbox. It’s basically an amp + speaker in a box with a tube. You’re spraying loud sound into your mouth. That’s all it is.

What does Peter Frampton say in the talk box?

Do You Feel Like We Do
When his 1975 album, Frampton, and 1976’s Comes Alive debuted with the Talk Box melody lines and solos on “Do You Feel Like We Do” and “Show Me The Way,” he was on top of the rock-and-roll universe.

When did Peter Frampton start using the Heil Talk Box?

When Peter Frampton began using the Heil Talk Box in 1974, he remembers it being viewed with skepticism as an “alien effect.” Similar contraptions had been around since 1939, but few people recognized them or their otherworldly capabilities. Frampton had yet to record with it, so when he used it onstage, it caused a furor.

What does a talk box on a guitar do?

In essence, a talk box allows a musician to shape a sound that is then picked up by a mic or speaker driver. In effect, a talk box is an electromechanical larynx. (LEFT) One of the original batch of 50 fiberglass-bodied Talk Boxes. (RIGHT) The modern Heil Talk Box, built by Dunlop.

Who was the first person to use a talk box?

The Sonovox was the first true, commercial talk box. It was demonstrated by a fresh-faced Lucille Ball in a ’30s newsreel and sold by the Wright-Sonovox Company. Instead of Rey’s mic, it used small speakers attached to the performer’s throat.

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