I'm from the small country of Bulgaria and I need help from experts like you with identifying 2 vintage tube microphones that I've acquired recently.
Can somebody tell me what they think of this mic? Groove Tubes GT 66?
Here's a song I recently did where I used an AKG SolidTube mic, replacing the stock 12ax7 tube with a Telefunken ECC83-TK.
I've been using a 12AT7 for a few months, and I've been wanting to try a Telefunken tube.
Cover version of a Warren Zevon song; Accidentally Like A Martyr from his 1978 Asylum LP Excitable Boy.
Hello all, I have, what I hope will be, a simple question:
Yes, I know that strictly speaking this question belongs in the mic forum, but there appears to be many fewer readers/posters there.
I went up to the Guitar Center and spoke with a rep and he said if you have a tube mic/pre then the other SHOULDN'T be a tube as well. Is this true or false? I will solely be recording vocals. I was looking forward to getting an Universal Audio SOLO 610. Don't know about the mic yet.
My apologies if this is "old hat" for the pros in here. I just wanted to share this for anyone who wants to adapt this to their own home studio.
I am always looking for ways to make new sounds. This trick is nothing more than splitting a mic signal and passing it through both a tube and xsistor preamp and recording in the DAW on two tracks.
So this is what I have done: