Very long time since I last wrote here, but now I'm back with my organ recordings. :)
Doing preparation for a pipe organ recording. So I went and tested some Schoeps CMC6 and CMC5, with capsule MK 2S and MK3. Neumann KM130 and all audio through the Metric Halo ULN8. What do you think about sound and the first impression of the recording?
Hello. I am a professional piano player and I'd like to update my couple of mics (AKG 414s) with Schoeps matched pair, but I don't know what caps is best, if Mk 21 or Mk 22.
Looking for a schematic of a CMC6u.
Any help finding one greatly appreciated.
I prefer the 160s to the 451, but I don't like either that much for solo piano. I can post examples of my test recordings.
On my wish list of stuff to buy is the CMC6. I've used them a few times and have had good luck with them. However, I have a friend who is selling a set of CMC5 and I was curious if the difference between the two is worth holding out for the CMC6? I am actually only worried that the roll off frequency of the CMC5 is 30Hz whereas the CMC6 is "flat" to 20Hz.
Hi! Anybody knows the quality of these amps? Are they real Schoeps CMC 5?
Does anyone know if the Lemo connector for the DPA 4023 & Shoeps CCM series are interchangeable?
By this I mean can DPA 4023 cables be used with the CCM and visa versa?
my question is about one of the most demanding acoustic instrument for the recording engineer: classical grand piano.
I'm a pianist and I wanted to record my live recitals, so I began with RODE NT4, then Neumann KM183s and finally Schoeps CMC5 with MK21 stereo matched (I choose MK21 over MK2 because of non stellar acoustic venues where I play).