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Peter Crighton | Musician & Music Engraver based in Mainz, Germany
2013/7/12 Arnold Krille
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top-reply because Julien likes that (I heard).
There is a reason the SM58 is in every tour-case on every stage on
every event in the last 20-30 years. Its a trusted old friend and can
take the heat. If you want something a bit better, take the Beta58
which has a bit clearer sound.
If you want your mic for the studio the choice is completely different:
Get a large-diaphragm microphone, maybe the Studio Projects B1 (I got
the little sisters C1 as a stereo-pair and like them), the Rode NT1
or an AKG in that range.
You can also use these for micing traditional instruments
(relatively close to cello or violin for example), for acoustic guitars
and in (not direct) front of guitar-amp. Provided the room is nice
On Fri, 12 Jul 2013 23:08:23 +0200 (CEST) Julien Claassen