Owned this for about two months. Awesome mic. In like new condition.
Unfortunately, DI recording is much more conducive to my workflow that sitting in the same room as a cranked amp. Which I've unfortunately found to me highly impractical.
$85 shipped CONUS
Anybody else use/used this? I downloaded it on the basis that it is free and I didn't want to pay out for EZ drummer or whatever just yet. It is one hell of a bit of software but I don't have any experience with this sort of thing but the drum tracks I've been able to put together I really dig...
One of these has been on the list for years now, so I finally snagged one from the fine folks at Sweetwater. Then, because this is MG, I hopped on my road bike on my trainer last night instead of pulling it and a SM57 up and recording a few clips, but maybe tonight. :metal:
Here's a vintage Sennheiser BF521, an MD421 without the useless HPF from the Black Fire series. Classic mic for use on guitar cabs and toms. This isn't the newer, harsh sounding 421-II but the original MD421 U4 minus the HPF. Comes with original clip and a carry bag for it.
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$350 shipped for all the gear.
It's a $500 wireless plus $85 for the rackmount kit and cables.
I'll only split up the kit if one guy wants the wireless and another guys wants the rack kit.
Sennheiser EW 172 G3 wireless (A-band)...
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e606 = e609, zero differences, European model nubmer.
If you're unfamiliar, it's a high-SPL side-address super-cardiod dynamic, great for guitar cabs, toms and certain voices.
EDIT: Fuck it sold out. :lol:
page is in german only, but I guess your browser can autotranslate it? You need to register (for the newsletter I take it), than the full activation is free. 8GB of drumsamples.
Yeah, prepare that this is a marketing campaign and you can take it for granted that there is more focus on the mic's...
So, now that I have these two mics here, how are you guys that do this normally positioning them in relation to each other?
Both mics in the same basic spot and blend together, or do you feel out two completely different positions for each mic by ear?
Now, my X2 system is still running fine, but seeing as how I managed to get a diamond in the Line6 rough (and my local tech is dropping his Line6 support :lol:), I was wondering if/when my X2 dies, are these solid units to go to?
I was just watching a video of Rammstein's live set-up, and...