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Robert Lunceford

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Earthworks SR314 Live Vocal Microphone
« on: May 14, 2019, 10:28:52 pm »

While looking at a recent FOH magazine that was showcasing new products from NAMM, I saw the photo of the EW SR314 live vocal mic. I've been looking for a retro looking mic for the singer in my band as we play music from 1930-1960 Paris.
We have used it for our last two shows, previously we were using a Heil PR35 (original version). The singer said that it took some getting used to as it responded differently from the Heil. She says that it is more detailed and inspiring to sing through as she can hear more nuance in vocal performance. She also said that it is better to give the mic some space and not be right on top of it. I have linked a video of the band performing with the SR314. This is her second concert using the mic.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIj2l3JKTWs
Here are the details:
vocal mic was high passed at 120Hz and a small cut at 400Hz
accordion mic - Beyerdynamic M69TG
guitar - direct out from Quilter amplifier
bass (Azola Bug Bass) - direct out from Phil Jones amp
kick - Beyerdynamic - TGX-50
snare- EV ND168
overheads - Beyerdynamic M201TG
multitrack recorded on a A&H QU-PAC
mixed in Logic
house speakers - dbTechnologies IG4T
subs - K-Array KL18ma
monitors - FBT verve8ma


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