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Reddit reviews on Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer with Lo-Fi Effects

Sentiment score: 8
Reddit mentions: 18

We found 18 Reddit mentions of Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer with Lo-Fi Effects. Here are the top ones.

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Found 18 comments on Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer with Lo-Fi Effects:

u/AoDPlays · 10 pointsr/LivestreamFail

He uses a Roland AIRA Series VT-3 Voice Transformer combined with a slight accent in his voice.

Source of info - https://youtu.be/n3qao9cPxYA?t=7m45s

Roland AIRA Series VT-3 Voice Transformer -
https://www.amazon.com/Roland-AIRA-VT-3-Voice-Transformer/dp/B00IGDXK9Q

u/tyler0351 · 7 pointsr/ELATeachers

I struggle in a lot of areas, but keeping readers engaged has always been a strength for me. Here are a few ways that work for me:

  1. Get a voice changer. Check out this Twitch streamer who uses a voice changer to do a grandma voice to screw with scammers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igzPcgXd0XY
    This is what he/I use(s): https://www.amazon.com/Roland-AIRA-VT-3-Voice-Transformer/dp/B00IGDXK9Q

    It allows you to do hilarious voices and the kids really crack up at it. You'll spend around $300 for everything, but it's worth something that is such a significant portion of your job. If you've listened to many audiobooks, then you know a good narrator can make or break a book, and it's no different in your classroom.

  2. Every once in a while (depending on your group's stamina), have your students act out a scene. I frequently say something like "You know, I'm reading this, but I'm just not visualizing it too well. I need to see it. I need 3 people up here. Okay, you three are the Socs and Julissa is going to be Johnny. Show the class what it looks like when they beat up Johnny." Motion creates emotion, so while students sometimes will initially roll their eyes, it always brings their mood up.

  3. Stop every once in a while and cold call (call on without warning) students and ask them to clarify things. I might say "RJ, this author keeps saying that Jonas and his family live in a dwelling. Remind us what a dwelling means in this context," or "So, we just saw our main character lie to her mother for the first time. Alex, what would you have done if you were in the character's situation?" As long as you enforce the rule that students must stay engaged, they'll pay attention just to avoid getting embarrassed if they get called on and don't know the answer. A few times is okay, but if a student clearly isn't even trying, then it becomes a discipline issue. I'm lenient if students can't find exactly where we are reading (because they may be listening even if they aren't following the words), but you'll be able to tell if they are paying zero attention.

    Those are 3 things that help for me. Of course your personality and energy level will determine if these methods work for you.
u/lemlurker · 2 pointsr/apexlegends

youll probably need a standalone mic and pass through an audio input. sdtone mountain 64 does audio changes (for pebble hill and CO roleplay) his website says he uses a Roland VT3 with a Shure SM7B mic. any headset with it built in will have even less of the fine tuning youre after

u/Rhyer · 2 pointsr/dndnext

Might not be exactly what you're looking for (budget, hardware, etc.) but I know several females that have had great success with the Roland VT-3 (amazon.com link) in this application.

u/LapisNLazuli · 2 pointsr/Twitch

XLR mics with phantom power for the win! If you're going for professional quality sound, save your money and invest in a good XLR mic.

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The problem with USB mics like Blue Yeti is the fact that they use the integrated sound on your computer's motherboard. If your motherboard's sound system is older (2 years or older), the voice from the USB mic could sound robotic or it might not capture your entire voice range. This is especially a problem for folks with deeper voices. On older computers, you might sound far away or your voice could break up. If you have a brand new computer, feel free to use a USB mic until you can afford an XLR microphone.


XLR microphones require phantom power. Scarlet Focusrite (https://www.amazon.com/Focusrite-Scarlett-Audio-Interface-Tools/dp/B01E6T56CM) is a good product for phantom power, but there are affordable, good quality sound mixers that provide phantom power as well. Alot of streamers have used Berhinger Xenyx 302 ( https://www.amazon.com/Behringer-302USB-BEHRINGER-XENYX/dp/B005EHILV4) or Berhinger Xenyx 502 (https://www.amazon.com/Behringer-502-BEHRINGER-XENYX/dp/B000J5UEGQ). I personally use Roland VT-3 (https://www.amazon.com/Roland-AIRA-VT-3-Voice-Transformer/dp/B00IGDXK9Q) because it's a voice changer, sound mixer, noise gate, and phantom power all mixed into one machine.

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For mics, I admit I'm using a cheap Pyle PDMIC58 . (Hey, I got this XLR mic for free with my Best Buy points. I didn't have enough points for a good mic). My problem with the mic is that it's too bright for my voice, and I have a low voice for a woman. I need something that captures my full voice range alot better. I'm planning to upgrade to a RODE NT-1 mic (Not the Rode NT-1A) before the end of the year.

Like others have stated, take your time and do research. Don't rush! Find the mic that fits your voice best. Good luck!

u/afreecaTV_Char · 2 pointsr/Twitch

You can look into getting a Roland VT-3. It's a little pricey, and depending on what you have now, you might need to buy a new mic. If you're curious about it, I'd be more than happy to help.

u/samuraialien · 2 pointsr/Twitch

If you want hardware I recommend the Roland VT-3. It has a volume knob, peak knob, adjustable pitch/format, adjustable reverb, various other effects, and supports both 1/4" mic and XLR mic. It's also has a USB output. I use it all the time for my streams.

You might be able to find it cheaper or used on Reverb.com and GuitarCenter.com

u/varnage · 1 pointr/DatGuyLirik

When you use the walkie talkie (or indoors seems like there might an echo added) in the game it sounds like a PA, doubt he was using anything.
edit: its this https://www.amazon.com/Roland-AIRA-VT-3-Voice-Transformer/dp/B00IGDXK9Q

u/CanumTV · 1 pointr/Twitch

Depending on your budget you may want to put money away for something like this.

Roland AIRA Series VT-3 Voice Transformer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IGDXK9Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_gwhOAbVT433H7