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Old 09-19-2013, 07:48 PM
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Default Re: Shure Beta 52a and AKG D112 - Video

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Originally Posted by SgtThump View Post
Also, these mics can be used for a full live or recording drum setup (original intention), but the mics are also versatile and can be used for vocals, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, bass guitar cabs, etc... I used to do alot of home recording and I have the itch to get back into that. (I play other instruments as well)

Seems like a pretty versatile setup!
Yup. The B52 is also very popular for micing bass guitar cabinets, and the D112 is my favorite tuba mic (for whatever that's worth). One big usability difference between the two is the B52 is very sensitive to mechanical noise (vibration from floor through stand, etc.), where the D112 has good mechanical isolation.
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