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Good Gear thats Ignored on GS

I've always wondered about the Beyer M99 microphone. Given the amount of feedback and discussion on Beyer mics like the M201, M88, M160, etc., I've always thought the silence surrrounding this one is kind of odd.

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The Best Microhones for Voice Over 2015

...is especially well-suited to recording all kinds of vocals, as well as brass, strings and guitars. Beyerdynamic M99 Type: dynamic large-diaphragm microphone Polar pattern: hypercardioid Frequency response: 30 Hz to 18 kHz Maximum SPL: - dB SPL SNR: - dB (1 kHz @ 1 Pa) Price: c. 350 USD The M99 is a studio quality dynamic moving coil microphone. The frequency response...

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What do you use on drums and why

...Audio Design CM2 on batter and snare side. Not a fan of SM57 (too much ****ty sounding bleed) Bass drum: Beyerdynamic M99 about 5cm inside the front hole. Sometimes a Sennheiser MD412 is placed inside the drum for more attack. Toms: T.Bone SCT 140 or Sennheiser MD421. FX: LUHD PM-01AB in "baffled omni", JrF contact microphones (micing...

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Product Description

The M 99 is a dynamic moving coil microphone of studio quality. The tailored frequency response suits many applications from instrument miking to on-air broadcasting. The beyerdynamic TG-X technology used in the M 99 features a strong neodymium magnet system and a mass reduced special Hostaphan® diaphragm to give the microphone a powerful reproduction with excellent transient characteristics. The frequency response is extremely linear and guarantees audio quality which has until now, only been achieved by using high-quality condenser microphones.The frequency select switch at the base of the microphone allows three settings of equalisation, linear and two optimised settings for vocals and instrument miking. A second switch is for presence accentuation. This allows further adjustment for close miking techniques or kick drum miking. The hypercardioid polar pattern helps to eliminate feedback in live applications and allows a good separation between different instruments. The microphone can operate at very high sound pressure levels without loss of sound quality and virtually no distortion.* The M 99's die cast casing is made of aircraft grade aluminium and finished with an attractive metallic varnish. Beyerdynamic M 99 Features Extremely linear frequency response Switchable presence accentuation and equalisation for bass drum Hypercardioid polar pattern Integrated elastic suspension Rugged construction Beyerdynamic M 99 Specifications Transducer type: ** * *** *Moving coil (dynamic) Polar pattern microphone: ** * *** *Hypercardiod Microphone frequency response: ** * *** *30 - 18,000 Hz Dimensions: ** * *** *Length: 163 mm; Shaft diameter: 23/25 mm; Head diameter: 56 mm Net weight without packaging: ** * *** *526 g