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Lavalier Microphones - Wireless clip-on and lapel mics - DPA Just 3 mm (0.12 in) and available in a normal and a loud SPL version, the 6060 and 6061 Subminiature Lavalier microphones pack the audio power of our larger, award-winning DPA mics. What they lack in size, they more than make up for in clarity, consistency and durability – three qualities that really matter. By shrinking CORE by DPA ...
Case study - dpamicrophones.com used for all the brass instruments “The inception of the CORE by DPA technology for the 4099 series has been amazing. Even when I had the original 4099s [and 4061s] on strings in the past, I always thought they were great. But then I put CORE 4099s on a string section and you’re aware that the distortion is that much lower, and they are
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.
DPA Microphones Masters Club 4099 - not just my favourite DPA mic but one of my favourite mics overall. It has great performance let alone for such a discrete capsule. Incredibly versatile, it's my mic of choice for drum kits to harps to brass to strings. Also the 4011 is great for orchestral setups where close mics are not very useful. I have a filmed orchestral recording ...
Volksoper Vienna insists on DPA Microphones for every production DPA d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones proved to be the ideal solution because they provided excellent sound quality and were also very quick and easy for the musicians to use. ... woodwinds and brass. For these mixes, quality was important so we needed microphones that could deliver great sound. All the actors were fitted with d:screet ...
Clarinet Microphones - How to mic and record a clarinet - DPA Guidelines for miking the clarinet with DPA Microphones. Close- or spot-miking a clarinet is very similar to that of the soprano saxophone, bassoon and oboe: Aim the mic at the fingering holes, a third of the length up from the bell, at a distance of 15-20 cm. Use an omnidirectional mic such as the 4006A Omnidirectional Microphone or a 4006C ...
4060 Series Miniature Omnidirectional Microphone - DPA 4660 Series Heavy Duty Omni Mic. Made for situations where you require maximum security and where the visual size of the mic is less important. This robust series features a stainless steel housing, a heavy-duty cable relief and a thick 2.2 mm (0.9 in) cable. Read more and configure your mic.
How to mic and record an oboe - DPA Guidelines for miking the oboe with DPA Microphones. Close- or spot-miking an oboe is very similar to that of the soprano saxophone, bassoon and clarinet: Aim the mic at the fingering holes, 1/3 of the length up from the bell, at a distance of 15-20 cm. When possible, use an omnidirectional mic such as the 4006A Omnidirectional Mic or the ...
DPA Microphones bring vocal clarity to Bénabar's live sound DPA Microphones have been hailed as the 'go-to brand for live music' by the sound team behind the French singer-songwriter Bénabar, who has recently completed a live tour using the company's award-winning d:facto™ Vocal Microphone. Veteran sound engineer Philippe Bouicbegan working with Bénabar since 1999 and was responsible for choosing DPA d:facto™ Vocal Microphones for the artist's ...
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