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STOMPING ON YOUR VOCALS

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13 November 2013

Eventide Mixing Link

 

Live sound engineers will at some point have experienced a vocalist who wants to put an effects pedal in-line with their microphone, either as a vocal effect or perhaps for enhancing a blues harp. To help things along, they’ll usually present you with an alarming configuration of adapters and splitter cables to make it happen. Scary stuff to plug into your carefully balanced PA system. Eventide has given this a bit of thought and come up with a new studio-quality microphone pre-amp plus effects loop in a compact stompbox form. The Mixing Link fits neatly on a pedal board and provides a true pre-amp, plus a neat solution for inserting guitar stompbox effects into a vocalist’s signal chain. The effects send/return accommodates balanced and unbalanced signals, and the footswitch allows latching or momentary control. The pre-amp promises up to 65dB of clean gain. Auxiliary I/O include a stereo input and mobile device send level, guitar amp output and headphone monitor output with a separate master volume control. A Mix control lets you balance the final result between effects and clean microphone. The Mixing Link looks like a handy thing for any sound engineer to have in the tool box. Check it out at www.eventide.com

Australian Distributor: Audio Chocolate www.audiochocolate.com.au

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