H9 for studio quality Vocal FX?

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    • #114137
      gmskyhook6
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      Greetings,

       

      I’m considering buyng a H9, but primarily for vocals.  Would you all suggest this for pro vocal FX?

       

      Thanks!!

    • #146261
      camn
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      Define “Pro” 🙂

       

      If you are looking for something to use on stage- its awesome. Its power:weight is crazy high.

      You could also use it in the studio, but it would not be my first choice. You will have more flexibility with rackmount and/or VST effects.

    • #146264
      gmskyhook6
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      i am looking for studio only.  i am 100% hardware, use a Roland VS2000cd.  i know the H9 would be great for guitar, drums, bass, and synth, but i’m wondering how it would compare to Lexicon, TC Electronics for Reverbs, Delays, etc…

      Thanks for replying  🙂

    • #146272
      camn
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      I think quality-wise it is comparable.. but from a practical, user-interface perspective… I can only imagine you would be better served by VST effects. 

      Like- if you are going to record vocals.. You probably should be adding time-based effects in post… in which case you are running an effects loop through this, and using the Ios interface for settings? Doable.. but unusual. And why? It is not superior to VST effects in quality, and way inferior in interface. .. and so many AD conversions.. and it is nothing I would allow in my studio 🙂

       

      But sure- its good enough to put on wax.

    • #146279
      actioncamp
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      i just used mine for 100% vocal effects on this EP just a few months ago. it’s pretty fun to print to tape and tweak the effects on the fly.

      http://stdude.bandcamp.com

      not trying to plug a band, i literally did use just the H9 for all vocal outboard effects. 🙂

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