Neumann TLM 103
I am going to buy a microphone for the voice, just have to choose between Neumann's TLM 102 and TLM 103.
Are them suitable also to record brass instruments, or the TLM 107 would be better?
I didn't realize there was a bottleneck that happened with analog/mics that was anything to be concerned about?
Here I thought this would never happen in the pro audio mic world and see this was released two years ago. Anyone try this and what is this mic's main use?
Has any one tested Newmann's TLM 103 D (Solution-D) microphone with the Digi 002. Please let me know how you have tested/ set it up.
Please explain what are the options in connecting the MIC with Digi? and which one is best for quality. It looks like AES 42 receiver is required between the MIC & Mixer/Digi 002.
Compatable with PT HD/LE/MP V7.3 or higher
my price range is around $700-$800 and i am looking for either of these or any mic in this price range used. i run a small home studio right now in my home and i am looking to finally step into the world of owning a good large diaphragm mic for vocals. i use a KSM32 right now and i personally think its too multi-functional for really good vocals. which of the 2 that i listed or any other vocal condenser would you recommend? i am also looking to purchase a good mic preamp that is designed with vocals as the primary use.
its in pretty good shape but it took a fall and the screen is dented. I reckon it should be tested too to see that it performs like they say it should... where can I send it? an recommendations?
also, how much will it cost about... anyone know? thanks!!!
I've made some major changes to my gear in the last few months in an effort to try something different. This leads me to the following question:
Has anybody used both a Neumann TLM-103 and a vintage AKG 451E with the Blue (Red) lollipop capsule? I just picked up a pair of the 451s and I'm looking to expand their versatility with as many options as I can. The reviews I've read of the lollipop with the 451 body are extremely flattering and it looks like a really interesting and unique experiment for me to consider.