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Re: Looking for Mic Recommendations

Post by mojobone » Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:22 am

If you're new to multipattern condensers, it's hard to go wrong with the Lauten Atlantis; it's unlikely there's an LDC FET sound you can't get with it, a real desert-island choice. It's a bit beyond your quoted range, but if you don't record large ensembles, it could keep you well-satisfied for decades. If what you're really after is a different flavor, you might want to check out Royer's R-10 ribbon.
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Re: Looking for Mic Recommendations

Post by Razor7Music » Thu Oct 25, 2018 1:08 pm

mojobone wrote:If you're new to multipattern condensers, it's hard to go wrong with the Lauten Atlantis; it's unlikely there's an LDC FET sound you can't get with it, a real desert-island choice. It's a bit beyond your quoted range, but if you don't record large ensembles, it could keep you well-satisfied for decades. If what you're really after is a different flavor, you might want to check out Royer's R-10 ribbon.
Hey Mojo--

I'm liking what I'm reading about the R10. It looks like the main reason I never went ribbon (fragile) has been solved here.
It made my list!
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