Push to Talk

Check out this hand made distortion feedback microphone with an arcade push to talk function. It’s called a Dr Moonstien. I can see this being used at many a live show around 3AM. It’s available on eBay (link).

“This is a hand built noise machine built by me. it is a push to talk mic with very cool arcade style big red button. you can mix your very overdrive mic preamp with 3 extremely nasty octave modulators. this is the ultimate noise crust mic kind of a death metal version of a vocoder can be used as a feedback machine. this is good noise machine for the person that is more into destructive tambor than clarity. great way to juice up those vocals or control feedback to do your evil bidding. runs on 9v battery has 1/4 inch audio out has regular volume knob and 3 volume knobs for the different octaves of crust. on off power toggle blue led.” – drmoonstien

For more info: ebay.com/itm/hand-built-noise-push-to-talk-noise-microphone

via Matrixsynth

4 Comments

  1. What a sick sound! I don’t know why (actually I know why) but for me this sounds more like an tool for mental illness then a tool for music.
    Anybody agree?

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  2. PS: Maybe it’s just the guy in the video

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  3. Sorry but I cant agree with you there.
    I can’t even see it of any use in the past.
    Don’t get me wrong,I like distortion on vocals but I also like other fx for the voice aswell and thats where the hassle starts in my opinion.
    Lets say you start off with more feedback and end in no time with the distortion.Then what?ViceVersa?Know what I mean.
    From what one can get nowadays even from a small budget is amazing which left me asking myself if someone would really spend 100 bucks on that.
    Gabriel,ever tried a toy mic?The ones you find on a kidskeyboard for example?If you havent,try it as they usually overdrive easy and can even sound pretty decent whereas some even produce feedback when being covered on the sides with the hands pressing it to the mouth.
    I give him credit for making it ofcourse.

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    1. All right. It’s not the guy in the video. It’s just my feeling about the high distortion level on the voice.
      I like distortion on voice but not that much. It sounds ill to me. It makes me feel sick.

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