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Singing the snare, to the resumption of amp And it works great!

AKG C535EB Condenser Vocal Instrument Mic

Low-cut two position attenuator. Studio use with suspension preference microphone on table. Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. Electret cardioid microphone on scene. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

Versatile What type of technology? It is a condenser mic, I think it excels on various percussion, OH it also works very well for the price I mean! Did you find this review helpful? Thank you thank you Arnaud, “Plastok2” on this site, my guru, for advice. This is one of the types that feature in my book Witnesses of Words, which was recently released.

Big Difference gain and spectrum between two microphones after the age. A very common comment is that this mic helped their singing cut through the mix and allowed their voice to stand out. Much clearer and detailed an old SM58, much cleaner!

Our members also liked: I stopped recording guitar amps with it. It has been in production for 44 years, but in JanuaryAKG presented a successor: Vocal mic mainly although I suppose that ca pass on instruments or other types flute wind instruments with a windscreen.

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Some even prefer it to mike up a snare drum.

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This mic is particularly popular with male singers with a low register due to it’s brightness on the high-end and the level of control it gives you on the low-end, but it is highly regarded by singers of all types.

Mic of the Month. Exprience with, you will do again this choice? I have the right place in the axis of the speaker but between 40cm and 80cm apart. The C EB has a recessed four way switch to adjust the signal: However, cash out the hits snare for example I also like the fact that for a static, it is not sensitive to larsens and handling noise, which is quite handy on stage.

Write a user review. Sort by most recent most useful. The sound, the insensitivity to feedback, despite an excellent ability to chopper instrument sawed me. It also has a 4 position switch for controlling the amount of bass roll-off you want.

It may lack bass, which due to its small membrane, but this detail is not a problem for me. AKG has brought out more models that do not shine like their predecessors. The colors above are the same as in the legend for the polar pattern chart below.

The Unique Vintage Microphone Book. This wonderful design was introduced by AKG init was meant for stage and studio usage, not just for vocals, but also many instruments, like flute, clarinet, acoustic guitar and plenty others. More and more interesting. Resistors with good feedback. The voice if it may be appropriate for the preproduction brass also make good Good sound, cheap, easy to use: It has also received many positive comments from people who have used it for miking snare to capture a bright sound when recording.

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Electrets do need power for their pre-amplifier, often 48 v Phantom power many cheaper electrets just use a built-in battery. Some say that the charge of electrets weakens over time, but my own old and trusted C EB does not show any signs of that at all. Skip to c535eh content. It has its price, but it’s a great mic, used on many things, which is not to be overlooked!

Not always the same: And some guitars, remote if you want to capture the reverb of a room. Submitted by Jason Horton on Aug.

Many reviewers talk about how they’ve used this mic on stage for years and never had any problems with it. An interesting characteristic of the AKG C EB is that is has a mainly flat response over the mids and then a 2dB gain from 7kHz to 12kHz that helps your vocals cut through the mix.