Part of the proceeds of this work support my chosen charity,the Mumvuri Project. This is an orphanage that I am the patron of in my native Zimbabwe in Africa and this website is an integral part of my fundraising for them.
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This sampling is part of the Microphone Locker Series.
YOU NEED THE LATEST VERSION of Q-clone.
An unusual microphone pack to give mainly retro low fi tones with some rare mics. Many Microphones.
AKG C12 and D112
ALTEC 639, 670 and 670B
AUDIO TECHNICA 4031, 4033 and 4050
BANG AND OLUGSEN BEOMIC 1000, BM2 AND BM6
BBC MARCONI B
BEYER DYNAMIC MIC, M260 AND M360
ELECTROVOICE 408 AND RE20
EMI HMV RIBBON
FILM INDUSTRIES M8
GEC BCS 2373 AND BIG DYNAMIC MIC
GRAMPIAN GR2 M600
K SILVER BULLET
MELODIUM 42B MUSIQUE SETTING AND TYPE 12
NUEMANN KM54. M149, TLM170R, U47,U67 AND U87
RCA TYPE 77, TYPE 44, 74B, KU3A, PB90 AND VARACOUSTIC
RESLO RB REDLABEL, RV, SR1 AND VMC
ROYER R-121 AND R-122
SENNHEISER 904E AND MD421
SHURE 55SH, 315 AND SM57
SONY C37 FET
SYNCRON FAIRCHILD AU-7A
TELEFUNKEN ELA M 270 AND M201
TOSHIBA H BK5 CLONE, HPF5, TYPE G AND TYPE K
This bundle is a pack that I made after perusing a site called www.XAUDIA.COM I was stunned by the large selection of mics that Stewart the owner had serviced over the years. Hoping to be able to go and sample any that he had with him in his studio I shot off an e-mail requesting the possibility of hiring the studio space or mics. Sadly, a lot of the mics had come and gone but thankfully he had set up a space where he could measure the frequency response of the mics he has handled and has collected some impulse responses. Please understand that I had no control over the recording of these impulse responses so had I been able to record them myself I certainly would have recorded them at 192 kHz or even DSD. That being the case I offer these as is – Impulse responses sent through my trusty RND 5033 to give a little more quality and packaged together. Please note that the top end is very scratchy on most mics so do add a nice preamp after them such as the EMI preamp to soften the hard edge. You could also use the tapes to get a similar result. May be good for very fat instruments that require thinning out. These are good for getting a retro sound but pull your de-esser out for bright instruments.