...I'd like to come and record in YOUR studio... My locker: 1 - Neumann TLM 103 1 - Stellar CM-6 2 - AT2035 1 - Behringer C-3 1 - Behringer B-5 1 - Shure SM57 3 - Cheap, no-name dynamics
...(x2) > API 212L > 550L EQ > SpectraSonics Model 610 Complimiter Over kick: Shure 520DX > API 212L Side Snare: AKG D12E > API 212L > 550L and 560 EQs > Urei 1176 bluestripe
i agree with all of that. well said. i have a AKG D12E and the D36 as my standard set up for kick in. and my U47 for kick out, when i feel like going there. Buddha
This vintage microphone is one of the three all time great dynamic cardioid kick drum mics. You've probably seen pictures of this mic in use by most of the classic English hard rock and "traditional" metal bands of the '60s, '70s, and '80s and many others as well. But it's not a one trick pony -...
an absolute classic LDD mic.
The sound instantly brings you back to the classic tones you've heard captured over the last 3+ decades.
the best inside kick mic i've ever heard.
my primary concern is that once it goes, it can never be revived.
supposedly, replacement parts are hard to...
The AKG D 12 is a dynamic microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. This means that it “hears” best what happens in front of it while rejecting sound from the sides or rear. The sound entry of the D 12 is bright nickel plated. The dynamic transducer with its special “Bass Chamber” is handmade. The Bass Chamber boosts the lower frequencies in the 60 to 120 Hz range. The large diaphragm provides full, rich bass and ensures clean, undistorted reproduction at high sound levels. Its shock mount prevents pick-up of impact and structure-borne noise. A compensation winding rejects hum induction (from power lines, amplifiers, etc.) and a built-in windscreen eliminates pop noise. Its unique sound established the D 12 as the world’s standard microphone for bass drum and bass instrument pick-up. the D 12’s frequency response extends down to 40 Hz, and the slight peak in the 60 to 120 Hz range enables the microphone to do full justice to the mellow, intimate quality of the trombone, tuba, or flügelhorn.