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I like my new Blue Microphone Multipattern Reactor

Discussion in 'Microphones' started by the.music, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. the.music

    the.music Active Member

    Studio recording is always very important for the vocals. This is the key of one good track. I think for the vocals Blue Microphone Multipattern Reactor is a good solution for vocalist. This is a idol mic for duet singing.

    Blue Microphone Multipattern Reactor is best quality mic with a very good price :listeningmusic:
    You can get the detail at
    Blue Microphones Reactor Condenser Microphone, Multipattern

    Hope you'r going to like it. :) .. waiting for replies guys..
     
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Well-Known Member

    Well, this sounds like an advertisement. That's not politically correct here. We all know about the microphone. We have way more than that. You might like this microphone but it is certainly, not one of the best. It works, sure, it ain't high-end. And this is considered spam. You don't sell things here. You come here to ask questions and get advice. I can see this is your first post and this is your first warning not to do this again. You don't come here to sell things.

    Spam in a can
    Mx. Remy Ann David
     
  3. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

    Remy is being nice. That brand USED to be decent when it was made by Baltic craftspeople like they used to show in their ads. Now they are mediocre mics made in China. I'd take a 57/58 any day over that blob of potmetal and mylar.
    And, "guys", this IS SPAM...
     
  4. the.music

    the.music Active Member

    Not a spam!!

    Hey guyes.. I just shared my experience. Dont take it other way.
     
  5. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Well-Known Member

    Well we are glad that you like your microphone. Generally professionals don't utilize entry-level USB microphones. That's for home recording enthusiasts and we are anything but that. Not that they are bad, they definitely have their place, good for announcers working out of the home studio, amateur recording enthusiasts and such. We are not actually here to learn from you but we are here for you to learn from us. So enjoy your microphone and get the most from it. We all own a multitude of fine microphones for our professional applications which generally require also, quality preamps. Because we are going for a particular sound and not for simple beginner conveniences.

    Besides, even Neumann makes some rather costly digital output microphones which are not exactly true digital microphones. They are analog microphones, all of them, with analog to digital converters built into them. Fine for folks that like to utilize those for their applications but a lot of us are actually hard-nosed, old-school engineers. So we like pure analog output microphones.

    Neumann 67's, 87's, KM 56, KM 86's, AKG414's, RCA and Beyer ribbons, all that and more, API & Neve preamps and consoles, the real deals.
    Mx. Remy Ann David
     

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