jeffm725 wrote:Good point, Im sure youre right strummin' it is the cardoid pattern rather than brand, although one would probably figure that the same cardoid pattern probably differs across brands as well.
mijknahs wrote:Not sure if I want to try a 935 or a 945 or just get another EV767.
mijknahs wrote:I loved my EV 767 but I lost it recently at a gig (left without taking it off the mic stand). I recently sang through a Sennheiser 935 and thought it sounded great. Not sure if I want to try a 935 or a 945 or just get another EV767.
Has anyone had experience with the EV967?
JamminJommy wrote:They used 'em for vox from 1978 to 1981 give or take a few months.
That said, the 421 is an incredibly versatile dynamic. It has a fairly large diaphragm for a dynamic microphone and is a GREAT guitar and drum mic.
tcsned wrote:I had a buddy who owned a studio and he referred to the 421 as the "Barry White" mic because they accentuate lows really well. The larger diaphragm picks up lows better though is sometimes not the best for female or high pitched male vocals.
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