This demonstration of the Rode M5 sounds pretty good.
I've own this RODE M5 kit and found them to be a great price but a bit metallic sounding. I tried them through a variety of tube pre's which helped soften the sound but still wasn't overly happy with the sound. They are a hell of a deal for the price though.
Its interesting how something sounds ok today when I don't have another option to compare against. I put more focus on the overall performance and simply enjoyed to whole video and the group performing.
I'm a sucker for string quartets.
Here's a link to a YT video about micing up a band using only Shure microphones. It was put together by the UK outlet PMT. Despite the myopic view and the whole presentation being OTT, there are some good hints and techniques shown.
I've been challenged in the last 19 months to create music VERY fast for video projects. I created a video showing the process I've been using to get better drums sounds using stock logic drum tones. I prefer recording drums with a real drummer however this has been a fantastic challenge in its own right.
P.S. If it is annoying for me to post videos in the forum I have no problem removing them:) These are the things in music that are exciting for me so I thought I would share it.
If I could get anywhere near the quality of pcrecord (Marco you do such a great job on your tutorials) or anyone that can help.
- What are my mic and video camera choices?
- How would you control the loud background for example: vacuum sanders or spraying while I am describing what I'm doing in a loud shop?
some tips for recording a great drum sound ..
i track, mix, master
I've finally found the time to continue my "Microphone Tutorial" project - and I've just released Chapter four through Seven in a series of Microphone Tutorials on Youtube.
Some of you might find it trivial, but I bet a lot of you will find at least some of the points interesting. There is quite a few studio related videos on my channel, so if you like i, make sure to "Like" my channel for notifications of future updates. I will be posting more Microphone Tutorial videos very soon.
Just wanted to share with you an article my buddy wrote which I've found very, very useful! He's a whiz at all things Pro Tools, and this is his guide to Drum Editing:
http://www.onefligh… Editing Drums
Do you guys have any tips or special techniques to share?
http://www.onefligh… One Flight Up Recording Studios Sydney