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Question: The harmony all of a sudden won't stay on key.. Voices change and go out of the chords I am playing. It sounds Horrible. Roland never heard of this and neither did the tech.. No one knows what caused this... Can you please HELP ME!@
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« Reply #25 on: October 31, 2011, 02:39:31 AM »

Significant amount of sound from the speaker that goes back into the microphone is called FEEDBACK.
There is a DELAY with which the feedback arrives at the microphone.

'Mic level input/ output' are voltages of the order of milli volts.
'Line level input/ output' are higher by 100 to 1000 times.

When Line level is fed to Mic input your mixer safely CLIPS whatever that is in excess.
That is how DISTORTION happens.

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