Here I am again, still searching for the next buy (Dawm GAS)
I'm sure not many bought this mic since it's fairly new on the market but I still want your opinion on it.
Until now I own many mics but this could be my first tube mic.
Another option is the WA-87 (fet), but since I have a S87 from mic parts, I'm trying to figure out how different sounding the WA-67 is.
People usually think tube gear are more colored but I know that many are very clean, but this 67 also have a Lundahl transformer.
Could one use them outside of a studio? They seem to have useful features, such as the scratch noise filter, etc.
Are they good and how does one connect them up to the Rogers 5/8 etc.
How do they perform ?
I would like to hear what you like and dislike on the following mix.
I don't say anything at the moment to hear an uninfluenced opinion.
I've been using this subscription,used service for a few months. The audio quality is good. I have music spanning from the 70s-current, on my playlists.
The i find the difference between songs levels, enough where they are uncomfortablely soft or loud, sometimes when playing back to back.
Long time no speak. I've been busy. Anyway myself and my band Furian did this for a laugh whilst we are getting on with album things. Just wondering what you thought of this both mix wise and generally. It was only a bit of fun as I'm sure you will tell from the video and I rewrote the track to be a little different. I have very much gone for a motown laid back bass in the verse instead of a prominent thick one just for laughs but other than that, fire away. Hope you enjoy it and if not then well.. let me know why!
There are so many experienced people here it would be a shame not to take advantage of the knowledge. This seems like a great opportunity for some feedback.
What do you guys think of this track?
I know it isn't a "song for radio", but that wasn't my intention when I wrote and recorded it. This would be more of a deep album cut. I was looking at going for a mood/theme, and trying to re-enforce it through instrumentation, performance and production. Here it is: