JonnyBoy wrote: BUT, I have also been hearing great things about the e 906 the past week too so I am kinda split here, they are much more affordable. I was told I could EQ the 906 to get clost to where I want to be so maybe do that first?
lunasparks wrote:JonnyBoy wrote: BUT, I have also been hearing great things about the e 906 the past week too so I am kinda split here, they are much more affordable. I was told I could EQ the 906 to get clost to where I want to be so maybe do that first?
I actually ordered the e906 online over the weekend. Should arrive this week. If all goes well, I'll try to post some clips this weekend, maybe even a comparison with SM57 ... unfortunately, no MD 421 at the moment, but who knows where the GAS will take me next?
tapestry wrote:I use an e609 with GREAT results. I never travel without my 609!
myoung6923 wrote:I use my e906 on a mic stand - that way I can position exactly where I want it. Only one side has the mic, so while I have draped it, it could roll and face the wrong way.
jester536 wrote:I've got a question...I play in small clubs...a lot of times people say your amp will be plenty...we don't need to mic it. I say...I'll keep the amp a little lower...mic it and put some in the FOH. My thought is it will spread the sound out and fill the room a little better. Lots of guys look at me like I'm nuts. Any thoughts? Not meaning to hijack the thread...it just seemed like it fit here. Thanks.
strumminsix wrote: Most bands should do this but most players won't turn down.
Tennessee Jedi wrote:strumminsix wrote: Most bands should do this but most players won't turn down.
Gonna do the next gig with a 1 x 12 and mic it ... hope for the best
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote: And look at a lot of Dead photos to learn where Healy liked to place and aim it. That can make a lot of difference too. Not too close to the metal dustcap, but not too far either. Find that perfect blend of paper and metal and it seems that keeping the capsule just barely outside the outer ring of the dustcap (which is the voice coil too) helps get a good tone.
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