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EV RE10

...unique. The Re10/11 same mic, RE11 had a popscreen built in. The RE15/16, same mic, wider bandwidth , RE16 had the popscreen. RE20 was an even wider bandwidth version, the best of the variable D's, with more vents at lower freq to get an even smoother cancellation. The idea was...

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Mic'ing toms - under or over?

...similar sound. RE10, 11, 16 & 18, PL6 & 660 (same mic, different paint), the PL95 is simar to the RE16 but doesn't have the variable D vents so you get proximity effect (sometimes a plus).

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Pictures Of Mic'ed Up Drum Kits In The Studio

Waiting for my next session. Slightly new set up. Kick - RE20 Snare top - SM57 Snare Bottom - Octava MK-012 Hat Peluso CEMC-6 Rack Tom1 EV RE16 (was 421) experimenting! Rack Tom2 EV RE16 (was 421) Floor Tom - ATM25 Overheads Peluso P-12s Front of Kit - AEA R84 I forgot to say recorded into two ULN-8s

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Product Description

A dynamic supercardioid microphone designed for the most exacting professional use. EV’s Variable-D™ design keeps frequency response uniform regardless of directionality. An integral blast filter permits handheld and outdoor use without “P-popping” or excessive wind noise. FEATURES Variable-D™ dynamic microphone, Supercardioid polar pattern Great for podium or handheld use Unique blast filter prevents pops in close-up use Uniform response independent of angle Humbucking coil reduces electromagnetic hum pickup