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What mic to add? Condenser Microphones
Old 28th August 2007
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What mic to add?

Here's a list of (serious) mics I have access to at the moment:
AKG: D12, D112, C3000b
EV: RE20, PL6
Neumann: TLM103(2) & KMS 105
Sennheiser MD421U
Shure SM57 (5), SM 91, SM98 (5)
Royer R121
Mojave MA200
Radio Shack PZMs (2)
RFT 622 Omni

What would my fellow slutz add to this list of microphones and why/for what use?
Old 28th August 2007
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Jai guru deva om
 
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A good pair of SDC.

War
Old 28th August 2007
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+1 for small diaphragm condensers!

A good pair of SDCs would be a very useful option for drums (overhead, snare, hat, etc.), percussion, stringed instruments, acoustic guitar, etc.

Cory
Old 28th August 2007
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I'll be more specific on the SDCs, get a pair of Earth Works SR30 mics. The DPA cardioid SDCs are a good substitute.

Being American, I'll say you need a PR30 as well.




-tINY

Old 28th August 2007
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A good pair of SDC.
What if I add a 2nd KMS105?

In an Older thread that I started, someone suggested they could be a decent 184 replacement.
Old 23rd March 2010
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Some things take time: I'm now the happy owner of a matched pair of Beyer MC 930.
Old 25th March 2010
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Some things take time: I'm now the happy owner of a matched pair of Beyer MC 930.
Patience is a virtue Enjoy the mics.
Old 25th March 2010
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yeah, seems like a good pair of SDC's would be a good addition.

What kind of price range are you looking at?
Old 25th March 2010
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yeah, seems like a good pair of SDC's would be a good addition.

What kind of price range are you looking at?
Skipped a couple of posts, did you?
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