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Shure Beta 91
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Shure Beta 91

Other Microphone from Shure belonging to the BETA series.

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Published on 04/08/08 at 08:53
Good manufacturing quality that inspires confidence (though dense). no problem use.

OVERALL OPINION

Used on the bass drum made of rock, funk, pop rock.
Used in connection with a D112 it helps to bring the attack, the D112 captures the roundness and the note was. Excel in this use, the bass drum is trs trs prcise and dynamic drills without a problem in Rock mix. Ds that we cut the track of the Beta 91 you cry means more than the bass drum. (If we cut the D112, you lose the bass and it is also cata, it is the combination of two microphones that works and allows a good rsultat trs trs quickly)
It is impossible for me to get the same with a single micro rsultat D112 type, both of attack would bring out the cymbals, snare and other ... and a gate if it can help a little will not make miracles.
For jazz I would prefried a conventional static (I often use the ADK A51s), its more open and even to capture the nuances and harmonic richness of jazz bass drum (often white skin rgl e with a sound that has much of its skin)

other micro trs works well for bass drums and is considered as a single microphone + Audio Technica ATM87, most serious fuller sound, but unavailable.

not given but the quality is still paying.
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