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Old 05-11-2010, 10:05 PM
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Default how would you describe these mice's characteristics ?

Hey y'all, I'm in the looks for some mices to my home recording/road set.
I'm very open to suggestions and oppinions.

I got myself some Rode NT5's matched pairs for overheads and a Audix i-5e & a sm57 for snare & a AKG C1000S MKIII for the hihat.

Now what i looking for is tom mice's and a kick snare. What i looked into is the BEYERDYNAMIC OPUS 87 for the toms 4x and The AKG 112D for the kick.

Now what im looking for in the kick is a quite open sound boomy, sorta like Ronnie Vannucci from the Killers, or bonzo for that matter.
On the otherhand i would wanna eq it down to get more of a thick new sound. I'we noticed that the Audix D6 is quite popular but i have my doubts on that it might be to mutch eq'd already.

The Opus 87's i have no experience from, anyone got em or can tell me what to expect from em if i buy em, what i basicly want from them is so work smooth in a live setting and in a studio without all to much hustle.
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Old 05-12-2010, 12:40 AM
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Default Re: how would you describe these mice's characteristics ?

sennheiser 421's for the toms. Shure Beta 52 for the kick.
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Old 05-12-2010, 05:51 PM
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Default Re: how would you describe these mice's characteristics ?

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sennheiser 421's for the toms. Shure Beta 52 for the kick.
The sennheiser's 421 are awfully big to use on scene but capture the sound amazing.
I dunno how mutch different the E906' are in character?
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