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  • RODE NT1Published on 01/29/07 at 11:16
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    Hi all ... I have a question that would find its answer, or maybe can you advise me.

    So, with our group we have a home studio "Therefore we say," the problem is to make batteries taken as acoustic possible, and use a trig just for the kick.

    we play death metal, our drummer is ultra square and very fast, it uses the technique of "blast" and has an amazing set of cymbals, short ... We would sound more natural (we have the experience of the studio and a battery editing would be inappropriate for the album we want to get out, we want pure juice, no cheating what you see what I mean ...

    is what you advise me to use a couple Rode NT1 (in a soundproof room) to bring out the acoustic......
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    Hi all ... I have a question that would find its answer, or maybe can you advise me.

    So, with our group we have a home studio "Therefore we say," the problem is to make batteries taken as acoustic possible, and use a trig just for the kick.

    we play death metal, our drummer is ultra square and very fast, it uses the technique of "blast" and has an amazing set of cymbals, short ... We would sound more natural (we have the experience of the studio and a battery editing would be inappropriate for the album we want to get out, we want pure juice, no cheating what you see what I mean ...

    is what you advise me to use a couple Rode NT1 (in a soundproof room) to bring out the acoustic max battery, I mean, put forward by overhead, plus for toms seinnheiser of BF 504, take the C.claire with 57 above and below, and a beta 57 for kick Acoustic + trig.

    I unfortunately do not have the budget to invest in neumann etc ...

    Finally, if you have any advice, I'm interested !!!
    thank you in advance, pro boards allow us to move forward in our efforts !!!
    Denis Greetings

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Houps myself taulé there ...
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  • Anonymous

    the sound of silence!

    RODE NT1Published on 03/23/13 at 11:38
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    cardioid microphone for studio condenser phantom power required.

    OVERALL OPINION

    acquired two years ago, it has not been used, but it is a treat to use! I have no basis for comparison, this is my first real microphone, but what appealed to me about the paper is that it is the quietest in the world ... I try to fight against the operating noise of the equipment and instruments on my track, and I served there. It is very sensitive to feedback, so use scene outlaw and tolerable in rehearsal, but it is not for it at all ... it is a tool of pure home studio, studio isolated well as I said it detects sources very remote (kids who play ten meters in rooms next door) ... or we must isolate......
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    cardioid microphone for studio condenser phantom power required.

    OVERALL OPINION

    acquired two years ago, it has not been used, but it is a treat to use! I have no basis for comparison, this is my first real microphone, but what appealed to me about the paper is that it is the quietest in the world ... I try to fight against the operating noise of the equipment and instruments on my track, and I served there. It is very sensitive to feedback, so use scene outlaw and tolerable in rehearsal, but it is not for it at all ... it is a tool of pure home studio, studio isolated well as I said it detects sources very remote (kids who play ten meters in rooms next door) ... or we must isolate the kids ... I feel I have my money, and I would do this choice without hesitation. You can spend hours in front of the voice without getting tired, and it will be a good choice to pick an acoustic guitar.
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  • Good value for money

    RODE NT1Published on 01/04/13 at 00:30
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    Voice (hearts) preferably because I have better for vocals. Acoustic guitar. Charley fine on my battery with a simple correction to the mix.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my first studio mic and I really APRIS with to start is the top and he does many things well. Even now I sometimes use it on multiple sounds that do not require too much detail.
    Well I do not know the differences with the previous models, so I do not mean that I do not know. But mine is 12 years old and was sold without suspension and a Tube MP at the time. Well I'm careful, but the beast did not move a muscle, you might think it is new and I had zero problems with it.
    On the branch, it starts almost opposite and it......
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    Voice (hearts) preferably because I have better for vocals. Acoustic guitar. Charley fine on my battery with a simple correction to the mix.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my first studio mic and I really APRIS with to start is the top and he does many things well. Even now I sometimes use it on multiple sounds that do not require too much detail.
    Well I do not know the differences with the previous models, so I do not mean that I do not know. But mine is 12 years old and was sold without suspension and a Tube MP at the time. Well I'm careful, but the beast did not move a muscle, you might think it is new and I had zero problems with it.
    On the branch, it starts almost opposite and it is good, it does not sound special character, which is fine.
    For me perfect value for money, then we are not in the same league as microphones 500. I would do this short purchase without problem for my experience.
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  • A classic home studio

    RODE NT1Published on 11/09/12 at 00:37
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    Condenser mic.
    I use it for all kinds of acoustic miking. Mainly singing, but also folk guitar, percussion too powerful (shaker, claves ...).
    I also have a B2pro similar but slightly worse. So, I use both to decision-acoustics.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over a year. Compared to B2, the sound is better but the advantage of B2 is changeable directivity and low-cut filter integrated, which can be useful eventually.
    Least, this is the method of fixing is not always practical. But we made it!
    I had occas by a friend, so he sold it to me almost new and not very expensive. So the price / quality ratio is excellent. But even new, I would recommend to use home studio.

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    Condenser mic.
    I use it for all kinds of acoustic miking. Mainly singing, but also folk guitar, percussion too powerful (shaker, claves ...).
    I also have a B2pro similar but slightly worse. So, I use both to decision-acoustics.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a little over a year. Compared to B2, the sound is better but the advantage of B2 is changeable directivity and low-cut filter integrated, which can be useful eventually.
    Least, this is the method of fixing is not always practical. But we made it!
    I had occas by a friend, so he sold it to me almost new and not very expensive. So the price / quality ratio is excellent. But even new, I would recommend to use home studio.

    For illustration, children listen to the album I recorded recently (The Dragon of Krakow) on eric-b.musicblog.fr. All the voices were done with this microphone.
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  • RODE NT1Published on 10/24/12 at 02:07
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    What kind of microphone? it can be used on acoustic guitars singing ....
    What technology? a capacitor, which requires to have a phantom power externally.

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you been using? I do not use much anymore, but I've had more than 10 years.

    Did you try many other models before buying it? I mostly try after solid models.

    What is so special that you like most and least? The value for money is a micro solid for the price doing a very good job on the song or it is taken as undersheet.

    How do you rate the quality / price? Very good
    With experience, you do again this choice? Today I was in the same condition as it was 15 years ago yes, today I do not......
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    What kind of microphone? it can be used on acoustic guitars singing ....
    What technology? a capacitor, which requires to have a phantom power externally.

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you been using? I do not use much anymore, but I've had more than 10 years.

    Did you try many other models before buying it? I mostly try after solid models.

    What is so special that you like most and least? The value for money is a micro solid for the price doing a very good job on the song or it is taken as undersheet.

    How do you rate the quality / price? Very good
    With experience, you do again this choice? Today I was in the same condition as it was 15 years ago yes, today I do not réinvestirai not in this kind of microphone.
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  • good value for money

    RODE NT1Published on 10/23/12 at 01:44
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    See technical specifications on the site.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Voice, strings, guitar amps
    Brightness, a good balance.
    Of course, this is not a Neumann U87, but the value for money is more than respectable.
    Have in its fleet of Rhode = quality.
    I recommend this mic to anyone beginner or novice + wants a good mic for vocals, strings and amp transplanting.
  • Why not

    RODE NT1Published on 10/21/12 at 23:33
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    Large membrane condenser microphone for making voice or instruments

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2004 and considers that in this price range it properly fulfill its functions but nothing exceptional. If it again I'd rather still a sE Electronics SE2200A (is not that the ... is going on in china) more presence.

    For a home studio setup enough, the most important thing is to work well sockets, positioning micro level and the voice or instrument. is well played.

    For a studio (cabin governed) on the other hand it seems a little light, it must apportion its investments. ...
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    Large membrane condenser microphone for making voice or instruments

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2004 and considers that in this price range it properly fulfill its functions but nothing exceptional. If it again I'd rather still a sE Electronics SE2200A (is not that the ... is going on in china) more presence.

    For a home studio setup enough, the most important thing is to work well sockets, positioning micro level and the voice or instrument. is well played.

    For a studio (cabin governed) on the other hand it seems a little light, it must apportion its investments.
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  • good ratio q / p

    RODE NT1Published on 10/22/12 at 11:22
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    versatile.
    capacitor

    OVERALL OPINION

    I did more, who stopped home studio.
    but I enjoyed it as sensitive and précis.peut be a bit loud voice on high-rich medium.
  • AND Simple Effective

    RODE NT1Published on 10/10/12 at 04:40
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    Everything Tet said, we're not going to redo the beam carpenter.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this mic in the home studio of our group for 4 months. I said that this is an environment that is far from being TOTALLY soundproofed, and that a fortiori my opinion may be biased.

    I tried in various studios (Pros, Homemade as in the image of my situation), a lot of mics Behringer range (I do not remember the exact models, but those taken in the range from 100 150 Euros) and a Neumann (Rolls Royce, my love) and just what NT-1 that I was immediately convinced about whether to buy it.

    I especially like the famous "hump" in the midrange spectrum. It makes a warm, particularly male voices (in......
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    Everything Tet said, we're not going to redo the beam carpenter.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this mic in the home studio of our group for 4 months. I said that this is an environment that is far from being TOTALLY soundproofed, and that a fortiori my opinion may be biased.

    I tried in various studios (Pros, Homemade as in the image of my situation), a lot of mics Behringer range (I do not remember the exact models, but those taken in the range from 100 150 Euros) and a Neumann (Rolls Royce, my love) and just what NT-1 that I was immediately convinced about whether to buy it.

    I especially like the famous "hump" in the midrange spectrum. It makes a warm, particularly male voices (in fact, he was my least favorite of female voices, which is why some negative reviews from other user reviews). I also found a rather interesting phenomenon in terms of color voice sound, it is rather "round" when the singer produces a relatively low volume or normal, becomes much more slamming with increasing level of output of the singer. Some find it cold, I find that the color change is involved in the progressive atmosphere of a song. However, two or three layers and filters equation and curve is smoothed for those who do not.

    Then I read, I do not know where (maybe on the official website Rode) it was the quietest microphone in the world. Well, this is absolutely true! NO noise, honestly, no, even exaggerating volumes and earnings, perfect. And while losing none of its sensitivity (to illustrate this last point, our local is 15m long: The microphone was in front of me and the guy at the end igh scratched arm. I still remember the sound of his nails on his skin, a marvel of sensitivity).

    Finally, the quality / price ratio is unnecessary to demonstrate that micro plays in the big league with a prize for beginners. .. absolutely satisfied! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR ALL HOMESTUDISTES! I am even ready to provide recordings unmodified to those who remain skeptical. :)
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  • Amazing mic for the price!

    RODE NT1Published on 06/21/12 at 07:07
    This mic is a knockout for value and delivers a very real and full-bodied result. The best in this price range and anything close...

    Here's the specs:

    Acoustic Principle Pressure Gradient
    Active Electronics JFET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer
    Capsule 1.00"
    Polar Pattern
    Address Type Side
    Frequency Range 20Hz - 20kHz
    Output Impedance 100Ω
    Maximum SPL 137dB SPL (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)
    Maximum Output Level 13.7dBu (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)
    Sensitivity -31.9dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (25.00mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
    Power Options
    Weight 326.00gm
    Dimensions 190.00mmH x 50.00mmW x 50.00mmD
    Output XLR

    Again, this mic is better than most in all areas...It......
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    This mic is a knockout for value and delivers a very real and full-bodied result. The best in this price range and anything close...

    Here's the specs:

    Acoustic Principle Pressure Gradient
    Active Electronics JFET impedance converter with bipolar output buffer
    Capsule 1.00"
    Polar Pattern
    Address Type Side
    Frequency Range 20Hz - 20kHz
    Output Impedance 100Ω
    Maximum SPL 137dB SPL (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)
    Maximum Output Level 13.7dBu (@ 1kHz, 1% THD into 1KΩ load)
    Sensitivity -31.9dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (25.00mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz
    Power Options
    Weight 326.00gm
    Dimensions 190.00mmH x 50.00mmW x 50.00mmD
    Output XLR

    Again, this mic is better than most in all areas...It outperforms mics that cost 3x as much!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I like the ease of use. I appreciate the excellent and faithful reproduction it produces...It records like a dream and, if placed properly can capture exactly what you want...It's well built but I wouldn't recommend tossing it down a flight of stairs...

    This mic is excellent for home studios and more than capable of handling its' own in commercial studios...I use this mic for recording and have songs currently on Fox and CWTV shows...To my ear, it's even better than the higher end RODE models- though they are each great as well...

    Total steal for the price...

    I have already bought two more so I would obviously come back for more and will again...These mics are my have workhorse for vocals and acoustic instruments....
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