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revrb

revrb

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1 Posted on 02/19/2004 at 22:19:55
what is the ONE microphone you would use if you could only use ONE microphone to record yourself, your band, whatever...

your favorite all round mic! cheap or expensive who cares!
:D
Sam Spastic

Sam Spastic

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2 Posted on 02/20/2004 at 00:33:33
Well I have a C414 BULS so I would use it.

But how am I going to get a good stereo field with just one mic?
revrb

revrb

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3 Posted on 02/20/2004 at 12:16:29
maybe i should have said....ONE type of mic.....but you can have many of them...y'ol fart :D
JamesUK

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4 Posted on 02/22/2004 at 05:44:45
lol
Anything wiv a flat frequency responce - ist favorite mic a dumb idea? Surely you should capture the purest sound you can and colour it as you want...
JamesUK

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5 Posted on 03/20/2004 at 11:16:16
hell that got a good responce - cummon call me a moron :-P
revrb

revrb

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6 Posted on 03/20/2004 at 12:24:42
moron :lol:
pouxhawk

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7 Posted on 03/21/2004 at 14:04:32
I'm just beginning to explore the things I can do with a Soundelux U195... Tried it on everything from vocals to guitar amps, and even a two hundred year old Native American drum... So far I'm really liking it.......poux 8)
revrb

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8 Posted on 04/10/2004 at 12:21:33
wooo! :)

how much did that baby set you back, hawk?
sta-FenderJazz

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9 Posted on 01/27/2005 at 03:04:33
For me, no contest. The trusty SM57 !!
mackovyak

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10 Posted on 01/28/2005 at 10:28:53
I have this old SM58 that I purchased when I first started playing out. The thing just stinks of beer now, I would say it's my favorite.

Such a workhorse, so many demos recorded with it, I don't know if I could part.

Justin :lol:
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