...a snapshot: AEA R84 x2 AKG C414B-XLII x2 AKG D12E AKG D190C x2 Audio-Technica AT801 x2 Audio-Technica AT802 Audix i5 x2 Beyerdynamic M160 x2 Beyerdynamic M101 x2 Beyerdynamic M201 x2 Beyerdynamic M380 Beyerdynamic M88 Beyerdynamic TGX20 x2 Electrovoice PL-6 x2 Electrovoice ND468 x4 Neumann M149 Neumann U87 ai Neumann KM184 x2 Neumann KMS105 x2 Oktava ML53 x2 Oktava MK219 Revox M3500 x2 Royer R121 x2 Schoeps (Strässer) CM060 Sennheiser MD409 U3 Sennheiser MD421 x2 Sennheiser MD441 Shure SM7b Shure SM58 x2 Shure SM57 x8 Wagner...
Well, if that is your Low-End Mic locker, I'm thrilled to see your high end mic locker :lol:
like your setup for front/mains and rear pickup with cardioids. i'd use the d12 on the bass drum, revox m3500=beyer m201 on glockenspiel, mk41 for percussion/drum and tympany overheads - and use all other spot mics on the most important soloists/on softer instruments (bass clarinet) and/or euphoniums
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The M380 is a moving-coil dynamic microphone with a bidirectional (figure-of-8) polar pattern. The capsule is adapted from the driver of one of Beyerdynamic’s headphone lines, reportedly the DT770/990. The capsule is fitted with a humbucking coil. No output transformer is used. The mic’s housing is robust diecast zinc. Beyerdynamic M 380 moving-coil elementThe microphone exhibits a strong proximity effect. At 1m, the response is -10dB at 20 Hz. At 2cm, the response is +14dB at 20 Hz. M380, blackThe M380 utilizes the beyerdynamic MKV8 stand adapter. The mic was available in at least two colors: bronze and black. Steve Albini lists the M380 as one of his favorite mics for bass cab and kick drum. The beyerdynamic M380 is also known as: M380N(C), M380NC, M380N, 380, M-380.