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CN Fletcher

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Re: How to use a microphone?
« Reply #10 on: January 18, 2010, 01:38:40 pm »

While they're kinda spendy, the Microtech Gefell KEM-970 is a very effective solution.

Here is a link to a .pdf on them http://www.a-d.it/files_pdf/microtechgefell/Small%20Membrane %20Transistor%20Mics/KEM970.pdf

I have used these mics in several applications from spoken word to music and have found them to be an invaluable tool.

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Re: How to use a microphone?
« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2010, 02:54:14 pm »

Jonathan Johnson wrote on Sun, 13 December 2009 23:31

What I'm looking for is a resource for teaching novice performers -- and even some "seasoned pros" -- proper microphone technique. (Keep in mind they will just be confused with terms like dynamic, cardioid, and propagation.) In fact, I could probably learn something from it, too.

Any suggestions?




CN Fletcher wrote on Mon, 18 January 2010 11:38

While they're kinda spendy, the Microtech Gefell KEM-970 is a very effective solution.

I have used these mics in several applications from spoken word to music and have found them to be an invaluable tool.


Did you just seriously recommend a $12000 mic as a solution to the OP?  Rolling Eyes
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Re: How to use a microphone?
« Reply #12 on: January 18, 2010, 11:18:37 pm »

Andrew Makinson wrote on Mon, 18 January 2010 14:54


CN Fletcher wrote on Mon, 18 January 2010 11:38

While they're kinda spendy, the Microtech Gefell KEM-970 is a very effective solution.

I have used these mics in several applications from spoken word to music and have found them to be an invaluable tool.


Did you just seriously recommend a $12000 mic as a solution to the OP?  Rolling Eyes



I'm not sure our entire church building is worth that much.  Shocked
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