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    Its a super high quality mic for sure, and...

    Its a super high quality mic for sure, and professional in every way. But I tried it with several female vocalists and had a similar feeling to what I had about the M149 - detailed, clean, accurate,...
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    shame about the faders - maybe they could also do...

    shame about the faders - maybe they could also do an "SE" version with motorized faders?

    on the bright side, I believe this is going to be a very sweet used deal in about 12 months, and I will...
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    "Seemed awfully sibilant" That is a bit strange ...

    "Seemed awfully sibilant" That is a bit strange

    the KMS105 is one of the least trebley and sibilant dynamic vocal mics i've used. I've found it to be remarkably nuetral - in fact too nuetral for...
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    Wow, that is utterly pathetic sheer greed ...

    Wow, that is utterly pathetic

    sheer greed

    Richard
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    they look motorised :) seriously it would be a...

    they look motorised :)

    seriously it would be a mistake if they're not, yamaha and behringer both have... also it promises total mix recall, difficult to see how they could say that if it didn't
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    that it truly outrageous did he laugh?

    that it truly outrageous

    did he laugh?
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    the fundamentals are NOT to do with tape, big...

    the fundamentals are NOT to do with tape, big consoles or any other technology they are to do with listening and with developing a sonic imagination, without this all the desks in the world are...
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    looks like a nice interface, compared with old...

    looks like a nice interface, compared with old Yamaha 01v I used to suffer... it could be a nice little piece for a project studio or programming room - just plug the laptop in and you're away. I...
  9. Thread: Vegemite?

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    In Britain we call it marmite. I grew up on it,...

    In Britain we call it marmite. I grew up on it, loved the stuff. Then I had a girlfriend who smelled of it... i really can't stomach it now. Its the left overs from brewing beer isnt it? with a bit...
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    crikey!!!!! I had no idea, i really trust the...

    crikey!!!!!

    I had no idea, i really trust the guys work, but....

    Richard
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    dunno, I guess they are made in china but the...

    dunno, I guess they are made in china but the designs don't sound like they are knock offs - and Dave Thomas is a pretty serious individual. There is an extensive post from him on the Ward Beck...
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    glad he's got his eventides well ventilated -...

    glad he's got his eventides well ventilated - those suckers need it

    erm, I hate to say it, but it looks kind of ugly to me

    R
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    advanced audio mics

    anyone with expoerience of these? I have bought recondition Ward beck modules from him before and he really knows his stuff. But these are so cheap.... I wonder

    http://www.aamicrophones.com/
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    can anyone post examples of beautiful compressor...

    can anyone post examples of beautiful compressor abuse?

    things that are obviously extremely compressed yet nevertheless sound great?

    Richard
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    well this thread got very pedantic, but the idea...

    well this thread got very pedantic, but the idea that new ideas are made only because of the struggle and contradiction of old ideas is kind of old hat - ever read Gilles Deleuze? you should... its...
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    well, we travelled a long way from bad...

    well, we travelled a long way from bad compression.... but, let me see, will oldham repeatedly gives songs to his band and records them before they've even had a chance to learn them properly,...
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    its the future for sure but its a little slow...

    its the future for sure

    but its a little slow in coming? no?

    Richard
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    "You have to know the rules first. Then when you...

    "You have to know the rules first. Then when you know the rules, you can break them."

    of course that is often true, but i think much of the most interesting music would not get made if those...
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    "Did anyone else actually feel uncomfortable when...

    "Did anyone else actually feel uncomfortable when listening to this?"


    sure, but compressors can do that for you - I frequently make myself a little poorly with my Chiswick Reach - it sounds so...
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    no, I have no fan noise, the IBM X series is...

    no, I have no fan noise, the IBM X series is great for that and I found a utility to make sure and turn the fan off on my X60 when I am recording

    BTW the samsung Q20 was fan free which was very...
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    quiet SATA 2.5" hard drives anyon?e

    hello

    is it me are are 2.5" laptop hard drives getting noiser again?

    for various reasons I sometimes like to record onto my laptop in the same room as sensitive microphones. I have been...
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    my understanding is that the rules differ for the...

    my understanding is that the rules differ for the first recording of a piece - it is (or used to be) necessary to get the writers permission for this. In my case this might protect the flute player...
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    thanks guys. But I don't think the dance...

    thanks guys.

    But I don't think the dance company can own the music itself - if he'd played his versions of Britney Spears hits they wouldn't own those compositions would they? It seems to me the...
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    Rights, and wrongs?

    Hi again. A little story I’d like to get your professional opinion on: Three years ago a dance company paid me to record a flute player: they wanted to get some recordings of him to use for a dance...
  25. Thread: contact mics?

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    thanks for the replies - I'm interested in the...

    thanks for the replies - I'm interested in the PZM and DPA options initially because I already own them :) I assume that in either case the piano lid needs to be closed onstage?

    I think by the...
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