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Re: Best studio mic and/or preamp to use in recording studio


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Posted by Brad Maesta on October 10, 2002 at 19:27:29:

In Reply to: Re: Best studio mic and/or preamp to use in recording studio posted by Charles N. Shapiro on March 31, 2002 at 12:38:55:

: : Anyone got any opinions on mic and preamps to best record an Upright Bass?

: : I am in the process of building my equipment inventory, and would like a good set up for an Upright.

: : Any suggestions please

: : Thanks
: : Tim Spong

: Try Pendulumn Audio. Look on the web. The owner Greg is the nicest person.

: charlie


:I've heard great stuff about Steve Rabe from SWR. He makes some EXTREMELY versatile preamps. Also I am just about to receive Schertler's new preamp and heard it's a killer. I owned a T.C. Electronics parametric equalizer/preamp that was just amazing. I heard it's fairly rare but keep your eyes out for one. As far as mics I personally use a Rode NTK tube condenser ($500 with power supply and cords) and it is just great. I have had the pleasure of recording with some Neumanns and a Soundelux. They worked perfectly for the bass. As far as studio preamps go I really like the Avalon piece that is like a half-space width DI/pre and it rules for anything, especially bass guitar. Hope that helps.



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