Mic Lockers/Cabinets/Closets etc.

Discussion in 'Microphones' started by MigrantRecords, Jul 16, 2005.

  1. This might sound like a strange question, but I hear a lot about mic cabinets, or lockers, or closets...

    How do all of you like to store your mics? Is "locker" just an over-all term used in an allegorical way? Or do you actually have a locker/cabinet/closet dedicated to locking up your mics?

    Again, how do ya'll store and care for your mics?

    Thanks!
     
  2. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

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    A lot depends on how often you need to access your mics. When I had my commericial studio I had a wooden locker which was small closet that I picked up from home improvment store. For my home studio I'm using the original boxes/cases and I store them in a foot locker that fits under my console. If I need to take my mics with me as I do from time to time, I bring the whole foot locker.

    The important thing is too keep them away from dust, moisture and damage.
     
  3. hociman

    hociman Active Member

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    Our lavs and shotguns (post, not music) are stored in what looks like, and is, a locker. It also has padlocks. 8) We keep our firewire drives in a locker, and our portable DAT recorders in a locker.

    Isn't one of the lines in The Wedding Crashers promo "Lock it up!"? :D
     
  4. maximumdf

    maximumdf Guest

    Is seriously the funniest movie i've ever seen. Meet the Parents with nudity, sex, and profanity everywhere.

    I don't think it really matters what you use as long as its secure and dry.
     

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