Two separate karaoke machines. Mikes (one cordless)
Maybe you could try to write anything more, so that someone else might understand it too.
Are you running it through a noise gate? Maybe you should set the gate thresshold and decrease mic gain or send its signal through a limiter. Because singing "to the sides" of the microphones results in less volume(sound pressure on the diaphragm) than "singing to their top".
Are you using a feedback killer/destroyer/whatever? Try to have the singers stand either behind the speakers or on the other side of the room. I recommend the first option-much better and easier.
Are you running the signal through a mixing board?
Is there a gain switch on the receiver of the microphones? if yes try to keeep it set i between halfway and three quarters of max, closer to the latter.
If there is too much of signal coming from the microphone, the amplifiers overheat-preventing fuses might cut off the signal, if the mic gain is all the way up and the amp is close to similar heights...
And unless you are a trained singer using a professional condenser microphone or on a small loud live stage with a few monitors, there's no use to sing right in the "top" of the microphone. :) It's nicer from the side, or at least a bit offset.
ask if I missed something and try to be more in depth and specific, as I'm trying to be with my answers. and rate pls
Apr 16, 2009 |
Nissindo LX-8080 Microphone