Alter the tonality of this already nice mic with a simple tube change
I thought I’d write a quick post on this in case some of you experience a similar problem, it may save you hassle and expense. I have…… Read more “AKG C414B Hum problems”
I recently read an article on the flying mic technique – not sure where, may have been TapeOp – but being a fan of the more esoteric…… Read more “Flying mics and ominous cymbals”
I had the idea of re-amping the piano by passing the sampled piano track back through a speaker playing into the body of the upright piano I have at home, then micing the piano to get a new piano track.
As promised in the previous post, here are some sound samples to demonstrate the sonic differences between the DIY EZ1290 Neve-style Mic preamps and the stock preamps…… Read more “DIY preamps continued….”
The concept of a sub kick is very simple, take a large speaker and use it in reverse as a microphone specifically for picking up low frequency…… Read more “DIY Sub Kick”
Modifying the T.Bone SC1100 Large Diaphragm Condensor Mic I bought one of these mics a while ago on the recommendation of a vocalist friend. Considering it cost about…… Read more “Modifying the T.Bone SC1100 mic”
After much standing on the side procrastinating, reading various websites, blogs and how-to guides, I decided to get my hands dirty and take on…… Read more “Zen and the Art Of Microphone Modification”
Here's the first of 2 videos from this superb Bristol-based Nu soul / R&B outfit. Location recorded and mixed by Wij Productions. http://youtu.be/5ZrNcKT3IDI This was an intense… Read more "A location recording case study – The Duval Project"