Posts Tagged ‘SM57’

Home Studio Best Practices: Building Your Mic Locker
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Home Studio Best Practices: Building Your Mic Locker

In the final part of this three-part series, Justin Colletti and Bob Mallory talk through the daunting task of choosing mics for the home studio, and present some A/B comparisons of a handful of select home studio mics on spoken word and acoustic guitar.

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Mic Shootout: Classic Dynamic Microphones [VIDEO]
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Mic Shootout: Classic Dynamic Microphones [VIDEO]

SonicScoop editor Justin Colletti is back once again at Degraw Sound, partnering up with B&H Pro Audio to put some of the most classic condenser mics through some tests on vocals and guitar.

Singer/Songwriter Wes Hutchinson helps provide side-by-side comparisons of the Shure SM7-b, Sennheiser MD421-II, Electro-Voice RE-20, Shure SM57 Read more...

Mix and Zen with Bob Power: Musings of an NYC Music Master

Mix and Zen with Bob Power: Musings of an NYC Music Master

Bob knows (almost) all. (Photo Credit: Michel Legrou)

FASHION DISTRICT, MANHATTAN: If you could burrow inside the mind of Bob Power, chances are it would sound mighty good in there. For this softly-spoken but hugely influential member of the New York City production scene, music is always the message.

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Band-Made: Bellevue’s Finest Self-Produce Eponymous EP

Band-Made: Bellevue’s Finest Self-Produce Eponymous EP

Kips Bay, Manhattan: NYC indie synth-pop band Bellevue’s Finest self-produced their latest, eponymous EP in a variety of environments on a range of gear — bouncing between Mboxes and Neve consoles, laptop Logic systems and full-blown Pro Tools HD rigs. The modern indie band’s secret weapon is its production Read more...

Living Room Recording: Producer Nic Hard Makes The Perfects Feel Right at Home

Living Room Recording: Producer Nic Hard Makes The Perfects Feel Right at Home

PROSPECT LEFFERTS GARDENS, BROOKLYN: No slave to the studio, Nic Hard. For this in-demand indie producer/engineer/mixer (The Bravery, Aberdeen City, The Church, The Kin), professional recording often means a move away from controlled conditions into creatively comforting confines.

Nic Hard thinking…hard.

Hard’s latest project, capturing the arresting rock/new wave/electronic concoctions Read more...