I can't decide in between a pair of NT5's or a pair of NT1000's for drum overheads.
I use overheads as the main mics, I place them to pickup the boom of the toms, not just the cymbals.
I'm looking for a big open sound.
The price difference is not an issue.
The question is quite obvious from the subject of the post: I'm looking to buy my first LDC, and was wondering which of the above was best. It will be used mainly for vocals - male and female - so it will have to be quite versatile. It would be great if I could use it for other...
large diaphragm condenser
I'm thinking about getting a Rode Nt1000. I currently have an ADK Hamburg.
I just have a small home studio, nothing great, just for my own demos, song writting aid, maybe put out a home studio quality CD at some point if I can pull a decent enough sound out. I'd probably make use...
New to forum. Am songwriter/musician with home studio.
Looking at a large diaphram studio condenser mic for $300. Any feedback on Groove Tubes GT-55 versus Rode NT-1000?
My preamp is a Presonus Eureka.
Main use for this mic will be vocals.
Thinking of buying mics:
Which is most value for the money (Swedish shop prices, approx prices):
Rode NT1000 $260
ADK A51e $130
(For comparison Rode NTK $460 but that's a tube so I wouldn't like to compare them).
I'm new on this forum. I've just bought Rode NT1000 mic and it would be good to hear your opinions about this mic. Do you have some advice for me or some tip? I recorded a few vocal tracks and I'm very satisfied, also recorded and one bass track (I know it isn't usuall) on my Gallien-...
Good/bad idea? Haven't got the chance to try it out, maybe one of you guys did once? I'm after a heavy metal kinda drumsound. Now I got a pair of C1000's, but they suck... Maybe a pair of NT1000 would do a better job. I already got 1, maybe I should buy a second.