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Franz Francis

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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #50 on: November 26, 2005, 08:52:27 am »

Most time I receive tons of complemnts from the drummer...My Kick drum never sounded so good.

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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #51 on: November 26, 2005, 09:20:36 pm »

     That seems to be a common practice with some of the guys that work at Ultra sound too.

I think I'm going to try it at my next gig.

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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #52 on: November 26, 2005, 10:23:49 pm »

A lot of the guys running the national rigs seem to use a combo condenser/dynamic kick drum mic type of setup. The FOH Tech for Toby Keith even used a Beta 52, a Beta 91 and a Yamaha Sub kick at We-Fest this last summer in detroit lakes mn. It was a pretty cool mix, I got to chill @ FOH with him, and he was pretty cool. It was an interesting mix to play around with, it was great.
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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #53 on: November 27, 2005, 09:27:04 pm »

Eric Nelson wrote on Sun, 27 November 2005 03:23

A lot of the guys running the national rigs seem to use a combo condenser/dynamic kick drum mic type of setup. The FOH Tech for Toby Keith even used a Beta 52, a Beta 91 and a Yamaha Sub kick at We-Fest this last summer in detroit lakes mn. It was a pretty cool mix, I got to chill @ FOH with him, and he was pretty cool. It was an interesting mix to play around with, it was great.


When they were here in Phoenix a few , he used a D6 just off the beater, a D112 in the hole, and the Yami Sub Kick.
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francois pare

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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #54 on: January 13, 2006, 09:38:56 am »

Hi all,

I have to say i always use two mics. Beta 91 inside and a Beta 52 or D112 outside in the hole. now obviously you can't polish a turd so tuning is important.

take care
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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #55 on: February 18, 2006, 05:43:53 am »

The RE20 is a great mic if you want your kick drum to sound like a monkey beating on a suitcase with a rubber mallet. Laughing  Rolling Eyes

If you want it to sound like a kick drum, go for the Audix D6 or an E602 from sennheiser.
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Re: "Magic" kick drum
« Reply #56 on: February 27, 2006, 09:35:17 am »

Hello,

With front open kick drums (Skin with a hole), I usually use inside the kick a omni microphone, for example a TC30K from Earthworks, this offers me better bass extension (You need to tie the sub-bass system), fast response with better definition on the bass than conventional cardioid dinamic mic. With close front (No hole), I get very good results with the Eartworks SR25, with or without the inline kick eq.

Regards
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