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Author Topic: Live Stage w/ 10-15 vocalists? Top 5 Mics to use.  (Read 1925 times)

Chris Grimshaw

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Re: Live Stage w/ 10-15 vocalists? Top 5 Mics to use.
« Reply #30 on: January 13, 2019, 04:19:26 am »

If you decide to use the truss,
I have some clamps with extensions for a mic that would work perfectly for this.
I have different lengths available.

Oh, that's neat. They'd be great for putting a second mic on a stand for singer + acoustic guitar.
Where from, how much?
PM me if you like.

Chris
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Re: Live Stage w/ 10-15 vocalists? Top 5 Mics to use.
« Reply #31 on: January 13, 2019, 10:27:04 am »

Oh, that's neat. They'd be great for putting a second mic on a stand for singer + acoustic guitar.
Where from, how much?
PM me if you like.

Chris

https://www.atlasied.com/microphone-stand-accessories-clamps
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Re: Live Stage w/ 10-15 vocalists? Top 5 Mics to use.
« Reply #32 on: January 13, 2019, 02:15:34 pm »

Oh, that's neat. They'd be great for putting a second mic on a stand for singer + acoustic guitar.
Where from, how much?
PM me if you like.

Chris

These clamps have a range of 1" to 2 1/4", so they won't clamp down to a mic stand.
They are my lighting clamps and intended for tripods and trusses.
I made the mic adapter bar intended for room mics, but I have use them in choir applications clamped to the speaker tripods with long extensions.
They clamp without tools and don't damage the truss.
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Roland Clarke

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Re: Live Stage w/ 10-15 vocalists? Top 5 Mics to use.
« Reply #33 on: January 14, 2019, 03:07:24 pm »

In my experience, you need to be within about 4-5 ft, 1-1.5m at maximum or you are not going to get much useable stuff.  I did a job with choir mics at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 3-4 years ago.  The choir was 120 voices and pretty much fully upstage (which is a good 40 ft) and mics were about 2-3m from the voices hung from the truss.  It was perhaps “marginal”.  I’m working on my view of the pictures as to what is probably practical and should work.
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