Discussion in 'Microphones' started by audiokid, Apr 24, 2014.
hearing is believing: Round vs triangular membrane
Look through this site:
7hz to 70k astonishing.
Interesting about these preamps. reminds me of the old DPA /Millennia 130V pre's/mic combo. That stereo package is a collectors.
I contacted Ehrlund, I hope they give something to use. I just have to hear these .
The drums sounds great.
completely the opposite to the AT5040.
Very interesting indeed. Glad to see some innovation taking place in the microphone market. Would love to compare these to my Samars which have a nearly FLAT response curve from 20Hz all the way up to over 20kHz... and they're ribbons! They are the most open and even sounding mics I've ever used, and so far they shine on everything from vocals to sax to violin, cello, drums. And mostly with no need for EQ.
These Ehrlunds look like they have some great build quality to them. I hope they send you a pair to test, Chris, I'd look forward to what you hear.
As usual, thanks for posting this... you are the new gear man!
Cool stuff! For a classic yet modern sound look at Cathedral Pipes mics.
I checked out this from the Ehrlund Artists Page, a list of artists who are currently using Ehrlund mics on their projects:
What a great sound. Although, I'm sure that having Steve Gadd as your drummer doesn't hurt, either.
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