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Just preordered a Chandler REDD mic, just wish there were some clips. Condenser Microphones
Old 8th March 2017
Originally Posted by adam_f View Post
For completeness...


This track - "Time Never Moves Slower," written and performed by singer songwriter Ben Danaher, was recorded using the Chandler Limited EMI / Abbey Road Studios REDD Microphone, in mono, simultaneous vocal and guitar performance, captured directly into Pro Tools at Ryan Hewitt's house of Blues Studio C, in Nashville TN.

The performance was captured with the REDD Microphone placed three feet from the artist, and pointed at the artist's chest.

Microphone Settings

Mode: Drive
Gain: +27db
Pattern: Cardioid
Voicing: Standard
Output: Unity

UAD EMT 140 plate reverb added for ambience

Thank you for this. Tis ALL I needed to justify my new purchase. Chandler needs a better digital marketing strategy.
Old 8th March 2017
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Originally Posted by Byramjoseph View Post
Thank you for this. Tis ALL I needed to justify my new purchase.
I am with Chandler was there when it was recorded and posted it, I'm happy you enjoyed the track.
Old 25th January 2018
I got a chance to demo the Chandler Limited REDD Microphone. Hear it on male crooning & classical vocals.

Old 25th January 2018
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FWIW I had a vocal track sent to me from Shelby Sanborn who is an amazing young singer. We've worked together before and I've heard her through a Pearlman and Avantone mic. The Redd is really on another level, you just fall into the sound. All the buzzwords, detail, 3D, smooth, apply. I could see how this mic is a very accurate mirror, so be aware that it hears everything! Honestly I was blown away and she had sounded very good thru the other mics. This was just a completely different experience.I can see why a mic commands this kind of investment. I can't imagine anything sounding better. Different yes, better no....
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