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Så väljer du rätt mikrofon för virveltrumman



Du har säkert liksom jag sett ändlöst många mikrofontester, på YouTube eller internet över lag, för att spela in virveltrumma. Oftast är det ett gäng mikrofoner uppställda runt en virveltrumma som någon spelar på samtidigt som ljudet byts mellan mikrofonerna.

Det är jättebra för att höra skillnaden i hur mikrofonerna tar upp trummans ton. Något som däremot inte tas i beaktning är hur resten av trumsetet låter i mikrofonerna, vilket ofta är minst lika viktigt för det övergripande ljudet av trummorna.

Därför har jag här gjort ett mikrofontest med en handfull mikrofoner där jag uppmanar dig att lyssna just efter detta. Det är också viktigt att tänka på att detta testet bara kan säga vad som fungerar bäst i just den här situationen, men min förhoppning är att det kan hjälpa dig att ta med fler detaljer i beräkningen nästa gång du väljer mikrofon

Ulf Blomberg
Producer & Audio engineer
+46709184758 | www.hoborec.com

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En personlig favoritkombo på virvel just nu är AKG C418 och Shure SM59. Låter riktigt snyggt tillsammans. 

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