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returntothepit >> discuss >> drum mics by poop on Aug 18,2006 7:24pm
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toggletoggle post by poop at Aug 18,2006 7:24pm
i'm looking into getting some drum mics and was just wondering any input you guys might have on certain brands or types, i dont need anything too fancy or pricey



toggletoggle post by powerkok   at Aug 18,2006 7:33pm
Shure, Audix, CAD are good names....depends on how much ya spend.
All above brands also sell shitty sets.



toggletoggle post by Blue  at Aug 18,2006 7:39pm
AKG D790 rules for kick drums,



toggletoggle post by poop at Aug 19,2006 6:20pm
i found one for about 60 buck on ebay that is an audix fusion 4, yay or nay?



toggletoggle post by handinjury at Aug 19,2006 7:28pm
poop said:
i found one for about 60 buck on ebay that is an audix fusion 4, yay or nay?


Those are all right. They go for around$200 new. Whats your budget? Is this for live or studio use?





toggletoggle post by sxealex   at Aug 20,2006 12:23am
senhizer e604 for toms, sm 57a for snare, beta 52 for bass drum... i still dont know what to recommend for overheads i don t like anything i can afford.



toggletoggle post by poop at Aug 20,2006 10:06am
i wanna spend like 200-300 and for mainly studio use



toggletoggle post by handinjury at Aug 20,2006 12:07pm edited Aug 20,2006 12:09pm
poop said:
i wanna spend like 200-300 and for mainly studio use


Your better off getting that audix mic kit if thats your budget.(but you still need overheads and somthing for snare)Assuming you have a 5 pc kit. If you went w/ the standard shure sm-57's($90-100) on everything your still running $400 + and thats w/ no overheads.

Check out the Shure PG line they have 4 mic pak for $250. That will cover toms and kick, then pick up a used Audix I5 or sm57 used for $50. But you still need over heads. A pair of octavia mk-012($200) are decent for overheads.

Guitar center allways has the audio referance(audio techs cheap/cheese line)3 or 4 mic kit for around $100-150 on sale(they basically have a "sale" every weekend). Or check out the CAD pro-7, 7 pc mic pak for $200.

Also keep in mind, that you will need stands and cables, so check out the paks because some mics come w/ the tom mounting bracket.






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