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Old 14th April 2020
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Originally Posted by drockfresh View Post
I prefer to buy something that "usually works" and can be "set and forget"
Microtech Gefell UMT 70 S will usually work, especially on the sources that you mention and with a nice balance between vintage and modern. Ultra flexible mics that will help you out in most instances. They are the cheapest multi pattern mics with the classical M7 capsule. No sharp highs, just a classy sound. Their sound sits in between good dynamics and classical condensers. Buy a pair. I think you will love them. (I have many high end microphones, often for recording classical, but for your situation and how you wish to work the best I can advise are these Gefells.)