Sound enforcement for the NAF

On many of my performances I got asked, which equipment I am using to create this beautiful echo and sound. On this web-page you can find links to the speakers and microphones and other helpful accessories I am using on my Gig's (Please report broken links back to me!):


1. Battery powered Speakers:


The Roland Micro Cube Bass RX Battery-Powered Bass Combo Amp (~$280) is very portable and has a great bass to enhance my play-along tracks. Powered by 6 AA batteries lasting 6-8 hours makes it ideal for my long performances on Farmers/Flea-markets and Art-festivals where sometimes is no power available and medium volume is required. I used this speaker many times for weddings in the Sedona Red Rock Country.

The Roland BA-330 (~$600) is my work horse for most bigger events. I am using this speaker also as mixer and in combination together with my two Roland Micro Cube Bass. The BA-330 has a build in reverb and delay which can be enabled or disabled, which comes handy if you hook up a keyboard and two mic's. See the picture below:


On my Wish-List is the Roland Keyboard Amplifier KC-220 (~$380). If one of my other 3 speakers breaks, I will replace it with the KC-220, which is a crossing between the BA-330 and the Miro Cube Bass and only a hundred dollars more. I researched it very good, watched many video reviews and think it is a smaller version of the BA-330, worth trying! Here is the back view:


2. Digital Delay:  

I am using on stage the Boss DD-7 (~$160) and the Boss DD-3 (~140) as backup. Because they are not cheap I also tried out the Behringer Delays (~$40), but they are very noisy and eat batteries much too fast. There is no quality difference between DD-7 and DD-3, but some more functions:



3. Microphones and Wireless System:  

After using many cheaper wireless systems and having them break down, have channels be occupied or distorted and being unable to relaying on it I went for the Sennheiser ew 112P G4 (~$600). There are 3 clear Microphone recommendations in the order of my choice:

A) Sure SM 58 (~$100) is a classic, stage approved by million users and the simplest solution. You need also a Microphone Stand (~$20) and XLR to 1/4 mono cable (~$15). Just remember that it has to be 1/4 mono for the Digital Delay to work!

B) Sennheiser Sennheiser ew 112P G4 (~$600, reaches 300 feet) or the newer digtal version Sennheiser AVX (~$700, reaches 100 feet)  which runs on a license-free transmitting frequency in digital and secure encryption. They both have the Omnidirectional Lavalier ME 2 Lavalier Mic (~130) which is included in the package, but it will break after some years. 

C) The most affordable Microphone setup is Audio-Technica ATR-3350IS Omnidirectional wired Lavalier Mic (~$30). The mic runs on a LR44 battery, so have some spare batteries with you! It is not the best quality, but works great for live performance and I have on always one with me, just in case for back-up. To make it work, you need an 3.5 stereo to 1/4 mono adapter. Just remember that it has to be 1/4 mono for the Digital Delay to work!


4. Setup Overview:

How to connect Microphone or Audio Technika Lavalier Mic to Digital Delay Boss DD-7        

From the DD-7 OUTPUT to the AMP/Speaker you can use an 1/4 instrumental cable in mono or balanced, or a XLR male to 1/4 cable. DD-7 settings are 200 milliseconds or 800 milliseconds.



Listen to VIBHAS CDs


2018 !!!

 This link forwards you to my SHOP - MEDITATION CD on CD-BABY.



This CD with Tibetan sound bowls can help deepen your meditation, be useful as a sleep meditation and help you relax after a long day as you allow the sound and vibrations to move through your body releasing tension, renewing your feeling of well-being




Light On The Path - Instrumental Music CD by Vibhas: Piano Solos, Native American Flute Songs and Soprano Saxophone



Instrumental Music on Native American and East Indian Flutes and Piano solos



Longing - Instrumental Music CD by Vibhas: Native American Flute Songs over Piano Accompany, Latin Rhythms or Nature Sounds



Instrumental Music on Native American and East Indian Flutes over Latin Rhythms



VIVA VIBHAS - Instrumental Music CD by Vibhas: Romantic and meditative Piano Solos, haunting Native American Flute Songs and smooth Latin Jazz Soprano Saxophone Songs



Instrumental Music on Native American Flutes, Piano solos and Soprano Saxophone songs over Latin Rhythms



Flowers of the Dawn – Devotional Songs and Chanting by Prasado (voice) and Vibhas Kendzia (all instruments)



Voice, Native Flutes, Piano and Keyboard

Songs of love and beauty surround you… With these songs we want to capture our intimate feelings of being present to the moment. The sweet conversation between flute and voice, the play of sound and silence.


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