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d:vote™ CORE 4099 Instrument Microphones - DPA 4099-DC-2-199-T for Brass d:vote™ CORE 4099 Instrument Microphones. Specifications Directional characteristics Supercardioid Principle of operation Pressure gradient Cartridge type Pre-polarized condenser Frequency range 20 Hz - 20 kHz Frequency range, ±2 dB, 20 cm (7.9 in)
DPA-D Vote 4099G and 4099D Instrument Microphones The DPA d:vote 4099 features high SPL handling capability, and can be used on sources with SPLs of up to 142 dB for the normal version, and a whopping 152 dB for the low sensitivity model. A 6' cable and 5.5" gooseneck is included with each DPA d:vote 4099. The gooseneck attaches to the various instrument adapters with a push-down metal
Dr. John Hits Some High Notes with DPA Microphones Following suit with many other legendary jazz musicians, Dr. John now uses a stereo pair of DPA Microphones’ d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones for Piano for his grand piano. Whether he’s performing with the Night Trippers, a six-piece band in his hometown of New Orleans, or taking the stage at a jazz festival in Europe with a complete brass ensemble, the DPA mics provide the ideal ...
Acoustical characteristics of musical instruments - DPA The 4099 Instrument Microphone series offer natural reproduction and high gain before feedback. Dedicated holders are available for a range of instruments. ... How to mic woodwinds and brass; Multimiking a classical orchestra; 10 points on close miking for live performances; 10 points on microphones in installed systems;
Church Production Magazine review d:vote™ Instrument Microphones - DPA The 4099 is a compact super cardioid condenser microphone; its small and sleek design is useful in tight situations. Atop a small, 5.5-inch, gooseneck rests the capsule, which has a shock mount and windscreen. The cable, thin by any means, comes in 2.2mm (designed for upright bass) and 1.6mm (designed for handheld instruments).
High SPL - Why Use DPA Condenser Microphones for Live? The 4099 Instrument Microphone series, too, is a great solution for high-SPL instruments. Capable of handling extremely high sound pressure levels, the 4099D for drum and percussion and 4099T for brass are flexible, wireless compatible and easily positioned. Dependable workhorses DPA microphones are built to last.
Cal Baptist’s Prestigious Collinsworth School of Music ... - DPA After testing various clip-on mics and pick-ups, the duo ultimately selected DPA Microphones’ d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphone as the perfect tool for the job. Though these have now become a staple at the school, the use of the d:vote™ 4099 wasn’t McConnell’s first foray into DPA mics. “I initially discovered DPA a decade ago ...
Celine Dion continues to wow audiences with her pristine sound “At the time, mounting microphones on instruments and getting the mic placement and sound we wanted was very difficult,” says Desjardins. “DPA told us about the d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphone and we decided to give it a try. We implemented the d:vote 4099’s into the brass and string sections and we were very pleased with the results.
How to mic and record a double bass - DPA Microphones Using a directional microphone like the 4099 Instrument Microphone or the 4011ES Cardioid Microphone has the advantage of being able to focus on the sound of the key instrument, isolating it from surrounding sound sources, such as other instruments onstage or the PA system. On the other hand, directional microphones suffer from the proximity effect and therefore require more adjustment to find ...
Emeli Sandé Rocks Out Her d:facto™ Vocal Microphone For Sandé’s recent live gigs, supplied by Capital Sound, Albo used d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones on percussion, brass, Hammond organ with Leslie speakers and underneath the snare drum. “I was able to close mic and still get a very clean sound with a beautiful high end,” he says. “As we were recording some concerts for DVD ...
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