The ventriloquist does this with one or more mikes attached to a neckless suit—a soundbox, a speaker that plays through a mouthpiece, and a windscreen—usually on his mouth. There are also ventriloquist outfits that include a windscreen and a microphone.
How do they choose which mikes to use? Well, they consider the character of the face, their attitude, their personality. Also, they consider the sound quality of the mike. They also consider the sound of how the mike is sounded through the mouthpiece or through the soundbox and the windscreen. You can see how a ventriloquist would get a good ear and ear drum sound going in his voice. How they handle a microphone during the performance is a little different.
If the mics are in very good condition, and the ventriloquist performs his ventriloquism in public, they are not concerned about how the microphone sounds or whether it is a microphone or an ear microphone. If they don’t like the mike sound, they’ll take it down. Some ventriloquists, they also take a couple of different things out. One of them are accessories that are attached to the mike with a Velcro strap that can be adjusted to give a very slight rise or fall when the mike is used. The other one is the soundbox that comes with the ventriloquist costume. In most case, the sound box that comes with the ventriloquist costume comes with a small speaker that is usually attached to a little boom stick. You can see how this works, when you look at the ventriloquist sound.
The sound of the ventriloquist voice was created by using a set of three microphones and the microphone with the longest boom of the three. The mikes are made of a very dense foam, which allows for that sound. This sound is often referred to as “vo-tech” or ventriloquist’s sound. The microphone which is called “dumb” or “mixed-coil”, is not as well known and it is quite common. It is not very well understood what makes up this microphone sound.
If you want to listen to some of the most famous ventriloquist voice, you have to go back almost to 1800s. I have seen a lot of vintage and antique ventriloquists’ sets, and it is quite common that some people prefer the voice of