What is a good microphone for trumpet?

What is a good microphone for trumpet?

Let’s recap: Coles 4038: Best sounding mic on trumpet. MXL R77: A great “budget” microphone for recording trumpet in a studio. Electro-Voice RE20: Best live microphone for trumpet….Honourable mentions:

  • AKG C 414 XLII.
  • Royer R121.
  • Royer R122.
  • Neumann U87.
  • Sennheiser MD441.
  • Shure SM57.
  • AMT P800.

What microphone does Gregory Alan Isakov use?

They tracked Isakov’s voice to Mefford’s Flea 47 microphone, through a Classic Audio Products CAPI VP28 pre, into a Retro Double Wide compressor and an IGS Rubber Bands EQ. “It was an interesting project, just to take that many tracks and put everything together.

What MIC do the milk carton kids use?

Edwina model
The Milk Carton Kids uses the Edwina model designed to reject feedback in rooms with a PA. Blue’s mics are incredibly easy to work with.

What is the best microphone for recording brass instruments?

What Mic Should I Use? Large-diaphragm condenser mics, ribbon microphones, and the aforementioned PZM boundary microphones are all very capable choices for recording brass and woodwind instruments.

What kind of MIC does ear trumpet use?

Ear Trumpet Labs has a growing stable of microphone designs, and Philip will also do custom work if there’s something particular you need that they don’t currently offer (I’ve spoken with him about he possibility of a stereo M/S mic, for instance). Check out the Edwina and Josephine, or the rest of the Ear Trumpet Labs microphones.

Who is the founder of ear trumpet labs?

Self-proclaimed “Bricoleur,” Philip Graham, started Ear Trumpet Labs as a way to place his Schoeps-style FET circuit into microphone bodies of his own design and imagination that recall everything from the spring-loaded shockmounts of early ribbons and condensers to industrial/”Steampunk” assemblages of discarded bicycle parts and copper tubing.

What kind of microphone is the Edwina trumpet?

Our most popular model, Edwina is a versatile large-diaphragm condenser microphone with great sound to match her distinctive but not dominating looks. With meticulously tested, hand-wired electronic components, Edwina is designed specifically for feedback rejection in demanding live settings.

What do ear trumpet labs and the Earls of Leicester have in common?

“Ear Trumpet Labs microphones and the Earls of Leicester have a lot in common. They both have the look and sound of the past with a twist of the future thrown in for no extra cost. No other microphone is used by the Earls of Leicester. They don’t want anything different.