Re: Your favorite boundary microphone?
To be honest, the owl isn't me either.
Thanks for the book, you sound like you know what you're talking about. I find the D112 a terribly amusing microphone. To me it epitomizes the "dynamic" sound.
For me the question about boundary mics is, can they capture the acoustics of a small space in a clean way, without the reverb issues you'd get with a normal condensor.
I heard some samples on Youtube and the Shure sounded a lot better in a big kit (I think it was Tama). On a more tight kit I wouldn't expect any benifit from a BM. But now I'm getting waayy into your territory. The knowledge I have (or don't, rather) of drums is from Superior Drummer.....