Classic, know what you mean! I'm familiar with Telefunken V72's..... Is the Redd 47 similar in function/sonic. I'm not a tech/under the hood engineer, but how does the REDD 47 compare to a vintage v72? Any input is very appreciated
...pending REDD Microphone represents a shift in traditional microphone design, bringing together historic circuitry and the heralded EMI REDD.47 preamplifier sound in a new and unique way. The REDD Microphone is a large diaphragm tube condenser microphone, combining mic and preamp into a single, beautifully handcrafted professional recording device. Featuring the vacuum tube based REDD.47...
Oh my... 2018 and my wallet... XD Telefunken USA C12 Retro Powerstrip 2x Redd 47 Chandler preamp Schoeps CCM 5 2x Soyuz 013 Pair Fender Precision Bass Gyraf G21 AEA TRP AEA R88MkII Dangerous music Liaison Invested more in room acoustics Glockenklang amp and box I´m sure 2019 is going to be calm considering GAS ,...:facepalm:
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Chandler Limited’s REDD.47 Mic Amplifier is a recreation of the original valve line amplifiers used in Abbey Road Studios’ heralded and rare EMI REDD.51 recording consoles circa 1959-1968. Designed as a central component to the EMI REDD.51 recording console, the original REDD.47 line amplifier was used to amplify virtually every stage of the audio path (mic inputs, line inputs, echo sends and monitors). The REDD.47 lent its unmistakably punchy, aggressive character to music recorded at Abbey Road Studios’ Studio Two between 1964 and 1968, including many tracks by The Beatles. The Chandler Limited REDD.47 Mic Amplifier offers many additional benefits to the original design including increased gain, allowing a range of tonal options from pristine clean sound to classic rich, saturated tone with up to 2% harmonic distortion before clipping. The Chandler Limited REDD.47 preamp easily reproduces the distortions heard on The Beatles’ ‘Revolution.’ Chandler Limited’s REDD.47 tube microphone preamplifier delivers the legendary sound of Abbey Road Studios’ ‘Holy Grail’ preamp, with extra features to meet today’s recording studio standards. Abbey Road Studios, EMI, REDD and their associated logos are trademarks of EMI (IP) Limited.