[realmusicians] Re: Urgent please,Buying pencile microphone to record instruments

If you have a good room, the cad cm179 would probably serve you well.

Or one llike Phil uses the c1

At 05:22 PM 9/12/2010, you wrote:
no, I didn't want to record with the sure beta58 a, I listened to this.

but anyway, Chris now, its too expensive for me to buy a hole packedge of microfones. so, what is the best mike that u recommend to me? I will record just vocal? and may be some instruments like strings, and so on, can I get just 1 mike to do the job?

or may be 2  but not more than this?

Thanks in advance


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From: "Chris Belle" <cb1963@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2010 11:45 PM
To: <realmusicians@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [realmusicians] Re: Urgent please,Buying pencile microphone to record instruments

YOu should have a matched  pair if you want to record stereo.

YOu can record instruments with the beta 58, but it does best as a vocal mic.


At 03:24 PM 9/12/2010, you wrote:
so, can I own just one cad mike to record all things? without buying pencil ones?

and I can use my sure beta 58 to record instruments for instance?
or I need to buyAnother sure beta58 to make stirio recording?


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From: "Chris Belle" <cb1963@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2010 11:10 PM
To: <realmusicians@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [realmusicians] Re: Urgent please,Buying pencile microphone to record instruments

(I like the beta 58, I own one, and it has a nice sound.

I don't own the cad you mentioned, but I do have some nice cad cm 179 large diaphram mics, variable pattern with pad and bass roll-off.

If you are going to have a treated room, and can only have one mic, I'd get the cad.

Of course you can never have too many mics.

the small condensers will work well for many things too, but they are just so sensitive, and kind of fussy like when your micing a guitar, a the bridge or near the hot spot, you'll get a bigger nicer sound out of the large mic,
and it'll be les sensitive to position changes.

The swmall condensers are best for drum over-heads, or used as a stereo pair,
for picking up something like a band live, or choir,
but this is all relative,
if you do it right and watch your p's and q's, you can make a nice small condenser do anything, I have a friend who swears by the sm81's he did everything with them back in the day, but for me, I prefer a nice dynamic like the sm7b, and or a large condenser, I don't like the small condenser for vocals, because it's so sensitive to wind noise, you really have to watch it and protect it well with foam or hoop wind screens those panty hose hoops 'grin'.



At 02:59 PM 9/12/2010, you wrote:
so chris, as a matter of fact, I Live in egypt and I can't get the mike back, so, I just make good choice.
Also, I have the sureBeta  58 A, is it good for vocal?
and if I don't buy the pencil mike, what mikes shall I buy for recording instruments?

and wht about the cad condencer? is it good?




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From: "Chris Belle" <cb1963@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2010 10:32 PM
To: <realmusicians@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [realmusicians] Re: Urgent please,Buying pencile microphone to record instruments

Why do you want pencil mics instead of large diaphram mics, or even a quality dynamic mic?

Small condensers have their uses, but they tend to be very sensitive to handling and wind noise, I like them mainly as drum over-heads or maybe choir mics.

And, I wouldn't go real cheap, you may not like the sound,
if you go really cheap, make sure you can return the mic if you don't like the sound.

I went with shure sm81s for my over-heads, they weren't cheap, but I'm glad I went that route instead of the budget mics, you don't need the most expensive ones,
but quality will tell in your recordings.


At 02:11 PM 9/12/2010, you wrote:
hi all:

if u please, I need an advice,

I'm building small studio for my recording and I will buy microphone condenser and other pencile microphone to record musical instruments.

1- is it useful to buy pencile microphones?
2- what are the best kind that I can buy I need cheap thing.
3- what's your opinion about  The Samsung c02?
4- Concerning the Condenser microphone, what's your opinion about the Cad Teri an 8000?

Thanks in advance.

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