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DPA Microphones Win Popolski Family Approval The comedy-music show is currently using three DPA d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones to capture the sound of its accordion and brass section. Sound engineer Hans Wollrath, who is also CEO of The Popolski Family company, says: "The performance of these microphones has been outstanding and the hardware, cables and connectors appear to be ...
DPA Microphones - Pro-audio condenser microphones 4099 is a supercardioid condenser mic that comes in two versions. The Loud SPL model can be used on most types of instruments, including saxo- ... drums, percussion, trumpet and other brass instruments. DPA offers bril- liant yet simple mounting systems for all these instruments and more. The flexible, shock-absorbing hard-rubber design of the ...
Aladdin Finds a Whole New World of Audio Solutions ... - DPA Microphones From piano, guitar and strings to woodwinds, brass and drums, the d:vote™ 4099 sounds incredible on every instrument as it amplifies their natural acoustics and removes any unwanted noise. Ideal for the Broadway stage, a single d:vote™ model can reinforce an entire orchestra.
Instrument Microphones - DPA VO4099T for Brass 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) 80 Hz - 15 kHz with 2 dB soft boost at 10 - 12 kHz
Saxophone Microphones - How to mic and record a sax - DPA The goosenecks are extremely flexible and can be slightly bent in order to position the microphone as needed. The STC4099 Clip for Saxophone works with the GSM4000 Gooseneck Shock Mount, the GM1600 Gooseneck mount for miniature mics and the 4099 Instrument Microphone. In Microphone University we have loads of content that could be relevant to you.
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 ...
DPA Microphones Go On The Road With Bombay Bicycle Club More recently we have started using d:dicate™ 2011C Twin Diaphragm Cardioid units on the kick and snare and some d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones on the toms with great results." Downs adds that the Bombay Bicycle Club show moves from songs with loud distorted guitars and heavy drums to quiet and intimate piano and vocal solos.
Banjo Microphones - How to mic and record a banjo - DPA The 4041-SP Large Diaphragm Microphone, P48 or 4006 Omnidirectional Microphone will ensure that you do not lose any vital information. Try aiming an omni at the sweet spot, which is often where the neck meets the body: this position will give you a good blend of strings, fingers, and the resonating head that is essential to a banjo.
Harp microphones - How to mic and record a harp - DPA One from right behind the harp, facing the sound board from about 30 cm distance, the other looking at the sound board horizontally, from about the same distance. The two are then mixed with the top microphone twice as loud as the lower one. As a side note, the two microphones need not be panned to the left and right channel, as the harp has ...
Flute microphones - How to mic and record a flute - DPA Here are the two most common close-miking techniques for the flute: Approx. 5-10 cm away from the instrument, aim the mic halfway between the mouthpiece and the left hand. Breathing can be a problem in this position, so an omni such as the 4006 Omnidirectional may be an advantage, due to their lower sensitivity to wind and pop.
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