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Reaction from Erik to HR
Author: Posted by Erik
Date: 04/30/2004


I guess we both agree the DPA omni´s, the Sennheiser MKH40 and Schoeps MK4 microphones are great tools to work with. Also the MKH30 and MKH 20 are mikes very often used in classical recording work, because of their flat responses.
The thing we disagree on, when and for what source to use them. All those microphones you named, I have here in my closet including many brothers and sisters, or I have worked with them in the past. Some of them have left the closet.
I have tried to give Mr. Laurent Maury a cheap solution, switching his AKG TL II´s onto omni, since then the characteristic change´s dramatically, and becomes very similar to the TLM 50. I think Mr. Maury has something to think of, reading those posts, and the final decision he has to make himself.
Funny thing was, when Mr. Maury´s question popped up, I was just finishing a piano trio editing with music of Arensky and Korngold by the Dutch Escher Trio, recorded with two omni´s, soon to be released.
 
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