Glints collide 10/20/2004

Shure SM81 : Glints collide's user review

5

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Studio condenser microphone.
- Cut down 3 positions
- Attnuateur -10 db
XLR connectors

In the briefcase: foam and fixing attnuatrice microphone.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been two weeks I use it fairly regularly. I have two overheads in battery.

It is a micro trs Fidler, who does not color the sound too. The rendering is trs good, I love a charley!
I use it with a stro pramp Mindprint An / Di Pro. It's really trs fine pice of the atmosphere is found. A little reverb drrire and your snare sound is thereby chang! One has the impression of being in the pice.
It does not clutter the mix, unlike the more overheads low end, but if your cymbals sound bad I do not think it will make them sound great either!

A pramp drrire lamps should put more value because it is a bit cold with my prampli suscit.
The low cut is effective, but the type of recorded music will be enough (to avoid hearing the bass drum in it for example).
It's a great mic, which PSE quite heavy. Aesthetic level, it's pretty, brushed stainless steel body will make you jealous!
The kit comes with is very practical.
Try, if one seeks something good color that's not what you need, head to the Audio Technica microphone or a lamp.