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* Re: Flute MicrophonesFrançois Richard
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 by: François Richard - Mon, 30 Oct 2023 23:49 UTC

Le vendredi 3 mars 2006 à 13 h 58 min 16 s UTC-5, Scott Dorsey a écrit :
> BarbaraD <bor...@hearthstead.net> wrote:
> >
> >Although I don't have many mikes, I have a U-87 and hadn't realized it
> >is also recommended for flute. I'll set it up and see how her flute
> >sounds -- it would be wonderful not to need another recording mike. As
> >for "live" sound, I'll see if I can try some of the suggested
> >microphones. The mike placement also was helpful. I'll let you know
> >what works for us, and also how the U-87 does.
> I'm not a fan of the U-87 on flute, but by all means try it. It'll give
> you some reference for what you like. Either you'll like it, or you will
> have something specific that you want different.
> And, of course, the best mike in any live application is the one that is
> set up. The mike that is backstage in a box is a distant second. With
> studio work there isn't so much of a need to capture the moment, of course,
> but to some extent it's still true.
> --scott
>
> --
> "C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
Sennheiser MKH 50 . Live and studio . With high end mic preamps like Grace Design , Neve , Millenia ....

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 by: Scott Dorsey - Tue, 7 Nov 2023 22:59 UTC

In article <c28d9868-2aa3-4424-bb18-8386bf889b72n@googlegroups.com>,
=?UTF-8?Q?Fran=C3=A7ois_Richard?= <franc123.rich@gmail.com> wrote:
>Le vendredi 3 mars 2006 =C3=A0 13 h 58 min 16 s UTC-5, Scott Dorsey a =C3=
>=A9crit=C2=A0:
>> BarbaraD <bor...@hearthstead.net> wrote:
>> >
>> >Although I don't have many mikes, I have a U-87 and hadn't realized it
>> >is also recommended for flute. I'll set it up and see how her flute
>> >sounds -- it would be wonderful not to need another recording mike. As
>> >for "live" sound, I'll see if I can try some of the suggested
>> >microphones. The mike placement also was helpful. I'll let you know
>> >what works for us, and also how the U-87 does.
>> I'm not a fan of the U-87 on flute, but by all means try it. It'll give
>> you some reference for what you like. Either you'll like it, or you will
>> have something specific that you want different.
>> And, of course, the best mike in any live application is the one that is
>> set up. The mike that is backstage in a box is a distant second. With
>> studio work there isn't so much of a need to capture the moment, of cours=
>e,
>> but to some extent it's still true.
>> --scott
>>=20
>> --=20
>> "C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
>Sennheiser MKH 50 . Live and studio . With high end mic preamps like Grace =
>Design , Neve , Millenia ....

Fine for distant miking but up close, too many flutes get harsh and shrieky.
I do like a dynamic mike or a ribbon that mellows the top end out a bit
for folk flute or anything that is going to go into a mix.

But I agree, I'd sure take the MKH-50 over a U-87 any day...
--scott
--
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."


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