hi richard, the neumanns are known for being
can you tell us about your experience with the
pacific pro audio concerning noise (hiss)?
smooth looping - tilmann
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Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: [OT] mic
Pacific Pro Audio in Seattle sells a nice and very cheap
Neumann U67 knock off. Around 100 bucks! If it's warmth you want, very hard to
beat for the price.
Ask for Brian Cornfield and tell him Richard Sales
First Ave. West, Suite 502/bigger>/bigger>/color>
glassWing farm and
vancouver island, b.c.
15-Jun-07, at 8:41 AM, Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill wrote:
Personal two cents about your own ideas and other suggestions:
Both for female vocals and cello you might want something people
call "warmth" - this is why I wouldn't fully support the NT1
read here (the original NT1 is a little better to this
regard than the
I personally don't have the ATM4040 but the
4050 instead, and I can second
Bill's opinion - an excellent all-purpose