Originally Posted by audiotech
To start off, you're getting quite boring and I really haven't the time to put up with your childishness and insecurities since I do have to work for a living.
There is no reason to get fed up, rude and behave like an *sshole… Yes you might have a lot of recording experience and do that for a living, that however doesn't mean that you need to get rude, nor that you actually know "everything". Please keep it polite, it's just a forum.
Oh, what about this Harrison guy, what does he use.
His setup has evolved over the years but at the moment he's using 2 kelly Shu's in his bassdrum. D6, SM91A, some kind of shoeps on the fronthead and also a big water bottle with lavalier mic.
If you don't know Gavin, then check him out…
Now about the condenser/dynamic phasing thing, that intrigued me. I did some research but unfortunately, I haven't found much on it. Gearsl*tz didn't return anything usable about the topic (and thats the place where I would expect it first…)
This is the only place I found about it:
I know that mic shootouts are often done by even closer positioning the mics and I haven't read reports about phase issues during mic shootouts.
So what's up with that?
See for example these pictures for typical setups: