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Spawn-X Spawn-X
Publié le 07/17/06 à 16:58
Hyper Cardio a little cheap, this microphone is far from what one might call a micro versatile. For example it is ABSOLUTELY avoid taking on electric guitars against the HP. Whatever the placement and orientation, it invariably returns a dull sound like that of a box in which hermtique put the HP with the added bonus of cotton in the ear during the cost. It is not his directivity is responsible, no. The microphone is just not made for a. However, a coupled electro-static, it surprises me given the enjoyable taken on acoustic guitars.
For voice, may go if the Squaller or brailleuse clear is the type (e) and hilltop). In contrast, engaged in hand for a rapper, is the cata. Especially because the rappers are not the lightning of articulation and intelligibility. In short, use as backup or for cases prcis well.
on the other hand, this microphone works wonders with my Talk Box. Vivi. Its default fall right time to add fat to the chest and often the talk of the nasal-box. Hsit I use a SM-57 for this type of case, but I apperu the last 57 silent too "clean" and posed a problem of the acute agressivit. So I keep the D65S for this one knowing that I use is also the modulation of my vocoder.
But overall, still has a micro plutt below average, if m ^ m for the money, do not ask for more. So it's a 4 to stay Cohr.

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