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MicScreen, Other Accessory For Microphone from The T.bone.


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The T.bone MicScreen tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: MicScreen
  • Category: Other Accessories For Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 08/10/2008

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The T.bone MicScreen user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 4 reviews )
 2 reviews50 %
 1 user review25 %
 1 user review25 %
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killahbzz04/29/2013

killahbzz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" No miracle"

The T.bone MicScreen
Sturdy, made of aluminum and acoustic foam. The installation is quite simple. Small flat relative to the aluminum grid on the back ... when I carried in my bag, it's a bit distorted ...
Requires a mic really tough because it is very heavy.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 7 months I believe, and it is still robust. Frankly, this gadget will not work miracles, it will not remove all the reverb of an untreated room, but it contributes slightly. I use it in my old garage that currently serves as my recording room. Basically the room is in 2 * 3 m, and everything is concrete and tile, so hello reverb. I tried to use directly in the empty room, and bein it nothing happens, the reverb was still strong. Then I did a bit of resourcefulness, sponge on the wall, and also on the floor, and I put a big mattress worn out at the door (all without the mic screen) ... and this is a little better. Then I mounted the mic screen in the corner where the reverb was less present, and there it was clean. EXCEPT that I always make a voice processing at 100 to 200hz, I do not know if it's the mic screen which I create bumps on these frequencies or if my room is really good fucking ...
But overall I'm pretty satisfied. I use it on a lanen st1 Prodipe and an AT 2020. The sound is pretty clean, but I think that if I treat my room it will go even better.
Compared to the price is acceptable compared to what it gives more. But hey, if I had a choice I'll rather opt for acoustic foams and design basstrap, which would probably more effective. Anyway, lack of time and equipment that helps a little gizmo.

Edit PS: I forgot, if your singer (or you) think reading a text, it will be difficult with this thing, it is quite large and we do not really know where to put his paper, if one turns the mouth n ' is really right from the microphone if the microphone is turned, the angle of the mic screen is not optimal ... So big headache, and ultimately learn the text will be the easiest solution
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yoyotte12/20/2011

yoyotte's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Necessary for my apartment"

The T.bone MicScreen
acoustic screen, foam "absorber" of indoor, mtal "rflchissant" the outside. Heavy and a bit long up (o the 8 / 10), have a good solid mic stand (20 euros a thomann is far from sufficient)
Otherwise it does its job as it balance your voice and sound recording enlve small problem of the environment. I thought that has not change much and in fact so. Indeed the requirement for loreille human voice is such a small change anything at all and this dj screen is "a little extra." A bit more prsence and heat. is worth considering that this "hair over prsence and heat" considerable improvement of the management track and mix.
with a preamp and k2 rhode JOEMEEK ONEQ rendering is not bad at all. I do not need to double my voice with all this stuff before I had neither the preamp is neither micscreen I doubled all the time ... I lost normment short time both the uptake and mix.

OVERALL OPINION

Do not go without that extra
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spritnoirr212/12/2009

spritnoirr2's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

The T.bone MicScreen
Firstly, I rap and I wanted to record my album.
So I use to catch votes.

Above all, I really questioned the usefulness and effectiveness of this kind of <em>"cabinet on foot"</em> ...

<em>Here&#39;s my resume:</em>

Previously, I was recording in a studio that I built. <em>(The claclaclasse)</em>

He was very well insulated, a microphone and preamp, high quality <em>(Fearn and Neumann),</em> however, came to pick mopeds passing in the street. <em>(Funny but not very productive)</em>

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;"> Then I recorded at home in my apartment city of Poitiers with low ceilings. <em>(The double meaning of the term)</em>

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;"> I tested everything and tried:
_ The <span style="text-decoration: underline;">cardboard box</span> filled with boxes of eggs on the hook luster ...
Extremely painful but as <span style="text-decoration: underline;">ugly</span> as effective. After 10 minutes it was 200 ° c and I felt like I was the violent change in shell.
_ Then there was <span style="text-decoration: underline;">the wall corner</span> surrounded by shelves covered with a <span style="text-decoration: underline;">thick linen cloth.</span>
It works but <em>playing the boss</em> before asking <em>Demeco</em> still quite heavy.

In short I moved into a house (finally) next to La Rochelle <em>(more)</em> sloping ceiling covered with paneling. <em>(Awesome!)</em>
At the end of the room a small recess of the width of the window.
So technically it is a reflector of his imprisonment but the hand of this famous recess.
There was something to do.

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;"> I wanted to record my solo album without taking me with her head mounts to bite me dork.
But like any purchase you must know what is being sought as a result.
And tools available to get there.

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;">

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;"> I had an ideal room.
A <strong>micro Studio Project B1 MK2</strong> ...
... That coupled with a <strong>strip MindPrint TRIO</strong> KB <strong>rg</strong> and my <strong>D3200</strong> came a great voice for his rap.
The whole thing is to find a practical and cost effective.

I focused first on its big brother from SE Electronics <em>(Reflexion Filter).</em>
But <span style="text-decoration: underline;">250 euros</span> for isolating a microphone from just 100 ...

So I took the brand mark at Thomann <span style="text-decoration: underline;">99euros</span> anyway.
What I see is that it&#39;s <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">extremely simple to assemble.</span></strong>

The <strong>parts</strong> are very <strong>robust,</strong> adapting to every foot of microphones.
Mic Screen is heavy enough without brushing against obesity.

<strong>The acoustic foam does not break bricks</strong> but everything is <strong>well thought out.</strong>
The <strong>aluminum</strong> side <strong>reflects the sound</strong> and prevents it from coming back and having the natural reverb of the room.

The foam step closer with the two collapsible parts of the machine to capture the sound.
And then, if too close, to yield a stifled.

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;">

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;"> Everything rises and holds out. He stayed four months on the foot of micro unabated, sag, twist or unscrew the mic.
Moreover it is quite "beautiful" <em>(also relative and subjective concept)</em> and not oxidized despite the salty air of the proximity of the sea <em>(oh yeah I know my life is hard).</em>

From a technical standpoint it&#39;s solid and reliable.

OVERALL OPINION

The result I wanted was a very deep voice and dull, devoid of reverb <em>(even add more later).</em>
I&#39;m just taking my voice and body to phanatoire JoeyStarr / Garou I needed something solid and castling.

Except that the entry-level stuff like my microphone preamp and my &#39;give a result very bright and sills.
<em>Typical characteristic of a low cost Album
</em>
Mic Screen has naturally found its place in front of the foam and the aluminum window to the rest of the room.
Foams fairly tight mitigated greatly valued the acute and severe heat.

My voice is powerful, the microphone-20db preamp-and ¼ were at the limit of saturation <em>(yeah I love my microphone yelling).</em>
So I would not need to use my donf bikes, back to the window in the presence of added more high mids to my voice and my guests.

The <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">result was surprisingly clean</span></strong> and good.
The <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">sound was warm,</span></strong> taking net without reverb.
My <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">voice is rich</span></strong> and the place minimal.

To then work with my compressor and my belongings were based nikel!

Only negative <em>(and not the least)</em> can not ask her to either text.
It forced me to learn it by heart and suddenly I was concentrating on the intentions and vocal intonations.
What use is particularly nutcracker but ultimately gives a more carefully.

However there is a material point very well: the <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">microphone is adjustable in height and reach</span></strong> through the small support on which it rests.
This is <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">handy</span></strong> because it prevents unscrewing the microphone stand.

In short, it&#39;s solid for me and it suits me completely.
It also helps to leave the device as it is spread and the recordings while keeping the same sound configuration.
Will enjoy the mix it is not to change the settings because there are several leads recorded so divided.

It is a <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">very good price / quality ratio.</span></strong>

But like any cheap stuff you have to know what you want to do and be familiar with his stuff and his room.

Despite my strong doubts <em>(unknown house, entry-level equipment and cabinets not advocated by the pro)</em> the placement and layout settings have played in my favor.

So I know <em>that Mr. Bricolage music</em> contradict me by saying that we can do better with boards or I do not know what ...
Good for them.
But I wanted my room is a room of my house not a slack Brico Depo.

This is <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">perfect for a home studio.</span></strong>
<strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Correct results</span></strong> are obtained if we know what we want to do with and how to use it.
<strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">

I recommend.</span></strong>
I shot some video recording of the album.
Here is a fairly long MicSreen shows placement and the final result.
<em>(Others are on my profile dalymotion).</em>
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xa1czn_nouvel-album-solo-de-spritnoirr-fea_music

On my myspace you can listen / download gratos few songs from my album, all the catches were made using the MicScreen.
http://www.myspace.com/spritnoirr
Happy listening!

<p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;"> Peace & Zik
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SytrusDrive02/27/2010

SytrusDrive's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

The T.bone MicScreen
I've had two months.
The assembly is worthy of a large scale mcano.
I am satisfied with this screen because the mic is heard RESULT! The sound is cleaner, more specific on the acoustics of the play becomes less problematics. Wholesale AC makes it more "pro" I dare say.
For the price I'm satisfied, but the finish is very average, it makes a bit of hard manufactured away from the mic screen of SE is much more expensive though. But ... J'espre that even when held long enough!
Considering the price, if you want a cleaner sound, go ahead!
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