I thought some of you may be interested in the use of a lo-fi mic blended with regular mic techniques to get a more complex sound. Though I build and sell these carbon microphones, I'm not trying to spam. I would like some feedback on my product and more ideas for it's possible uses. Tell me what you think of my recordings! Here's an example of the carbon mic on drums. The regular mono drum track (2 LD condenser overheads, kick and snare mics) is first in the sample, then the carbon mic track. Then both together, panned about halfway left and right. The carbon mic was positioned on the floor below the floor tom, looking up at the bottom of the snare.http://www.4shared.com/file/54267799/1f5bd178/DRUMS_CARBON_EXAMPLE.html The full song. My carbon mic also used on vocals (2 tracks, one LD condenser w/reverb, blended with carbon mic track w/delay and reverb.)http://www.4shared.com/file/54275324/127e3de9/Kelly_Jean_and_the_Band_Of_Blood_-_I_wanna_go_outside.html I recorded all instruments on a vestax 6 track cassette recorder and vocals through Shure vocal master into lexicon alpha interface.