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[Getting started] Headphone mix for the singer - Part 2

Headphone mix for the singer - Part 2
Last week I mentioned the preposterous idea of using a speaker instead of headphones to send the cue mix to the singer. This obviously entails the mic picking up a lot of bleed, however as I implied back then, you can minimize this horrible crosstalk to make it acceptable. Lets see how...!

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To use a PA Monitor for vocal recording in the studio can be just right for the sound... I did it several times to enrich the signal, and for re-recording Vocals on life recordings, to get a similar sound like it was on stage. I wanted to get the same resonant sound like it is when the vocals are just before feedback, on a wooden stage. But i used Shure SM 58 and Beta 58 instead of Condensers. Will try out your technique anyway...
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