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Is there a way to use the vocalist live 2 without PA system. I just a guitar amp and earphones.

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I'm having a similar problem with my Sterling audio ST-55 mic and a acoustic guitar. I regenerates the signal and sounds like it's under water. I turned down the mic input knob on the back of the unit until I got a clean sound. The only down downside to this is you have to practically eat the mic.
As for solution #1... Another mic choice will do the trick. But the other technique with putting a wall between your guitar and mic doesn't sound like it would work if you are sitting in front of your digital recorder with a mic in front of you and a guitar in you lap.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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It sounds like the guitar level input to the unit is too low.

NOTE: With this product you MUST use an amplified or electric guitar that has a preamp within it.

If you have a straight guitar that does not have an amp in it, buy a preamp to first run the guitar through.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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SOURCE: NO power light from Digitech Vocalist 2 live.

Check that your power adapter is for 9 Volts AC (not DC like most pedals) and is rated at 1300ma or more.

Posted on Dec 23, 2010

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SOURCE: vocalist live 2 problem. power

NO power light or audio from Digitech Vocalist 2 live. Check that your power adapter is for 9 Volts AC (not DC like most pedals) and is rated at 1300ma or more. A DC adapter MAY light up the unit but not make it pass audio. Lights can be lit but that is NOT an indication thaat correct power is applied. They likely use the AC input to generate both positive and negative voltage within the unit. The use of a DC adapter will prevent generating one of these required voltages and prevent audio from passing.

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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What mixer will you be using it with and how many channels will you need to use it on. After I know this info I can help you.
Thanks

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

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Can i use this without the guitar,, lead vox only ?


Only for the effects. In order for the harmony functions to work it has to have a reference point.

Apr 23, 2015 | DIGITECH VOCALIST LIVE 2

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No mic coming though on vocalist live 4


Sounds like the mic you are using requires "Phantom Power." This means, you will likely have to purchase an external unit for this power (+48V) power to the unit. I use a Behringer Ultra-Voice Pro for mine. Works great!! You can find these on Ebay at a steal!

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Can i run Vocalist live 3 through only an amp? if so how what cables do i need.?


The only guitar amp that has 2 female jacks, one xlr and one 1/4" is a tall Acoustisonic anp by Fender . I have one and I use the Vocalist 3 and I still have an instrument jack for my acoustic guitar . hope this helps .

Sep 18, 2012 | Digi-Tech Digitech Vocalist Live 4...

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How do you hookup a digitech vocalist performer to a pa board


Hi there,
What mixer will you be using it with and how many channels will you need to use it on. After I know this info I can help you.
Thanks

Jan 16, 2011 | Digi-Tech Digitech Vocalist Live 4...

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Vocalist live 2 problem. power to unit OK , lights up. Guitar output OK. No tuner, no vocal output.


NO power light or audio from Digitech Vocalist 2 live. Check that your power adapter is for 9 Volts AC (not DC like most pedals) and is rated at 1300ma or more. A DC adapter MAY light up the unit but not make it pass audio. Lights can be lit but that is NOT an indication thaat correct power is applied. They likely use the AC input to generate both positive and negative voltage within the unit. The use of a DC adapter will prevent generating one of these required voltages and prevent audio from passing.

Jan 13, 2011 | DIGITECH VOCALIST LIVE 2

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Can you use the digi-tech4 with a keyboard instead of a guitar?


Of course you can. I would send rather simple voices to the vocalist from the keyboard rather than really wierd sounds as the vocalist has to analyze the sounds to decide on creating the harmony from your voice. They do say it can be used with keyboards in the literaturee.

Sep 16, 2010 | Digi-Tech Digitech Vocalist Live 4...

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No vocal sound


It sounds like the guitar level input to the unit is too low.

NOTE: With this product you MUST use an amplified or electric guitar that has a preamp within it.

If you have a straight guitar that does not have an amp in it, buy a preamp to first run the guitar through.

Apr 26, 2010 | DIGITECH VOCALIST LIVE 2

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Power supply for vocalist 2 goes bad twice


Likely the supply was underated OR it is getting hit with a transient. Transients are common in some venue power systems.

There should be a label on the unit as to what the power requirements are. Make sure the power adapter is rated for that or more CURRENT in amps or milli-amps.

Are you sure the power supply has failed? There could be an intermittent in the unit, most likely with the inout power jack... They often get damaged by tripping over the power cord.

Feb 09, 2010 | DIGITECH VOCALIST LIVE 2

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I am getting a fuzzy sound from the vocalist 4 on my guitar, almost like if you strum the strings and forgot you "stored" your pick between the strings.Can you help? Thanks


This MIGHT be typical digitizing noise that can occur with a digital effects processor when the signal level is too LOW. The signal gets down in the noise because it only uses a few bits of data which means LOW resolution in the effects processing.

Make sure your guitar is producing the level required by the vocalist.

Weak battery in amped guitar is common...REMEMBER always send the signal between devices at least at half the max volume to keep a decent signal-to-noise ratio.

ALWAYS use instrument grade cables between the devices and speaker cables for speakers... NEVER use the incorrect ones for either of these functions. They should be labelled.

Dec 26, 2009 | Digi-Tech Digitech Vocalist Live 4...

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Digitech Vocalist Live 4 blead through


You need a directional microphone, and then it needs to be pointed away from the guitar. Another technique would be to provide some acoustic insulation between the mic and the guitar, like a wall or a partition like what is used to set up office cubicles.

Feb 23, 2009 | Digi-Tech Digitech Vocalist Live 4...

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