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    Default Re: Small diaphagm condenser mic for live

    "That is why Neumann actually make microphones specifically designed for live use"
    The KMS 105 by Neumann can be had for $500. if you shop carefully. I got mine through Sweetwater. The quality of sound is totally worth the price, and gain before feedback never an issue. Mine has been dropped a few times without damage. So durable, yes.
    I like it better than the KM 184 for live recording too.
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    Default Re: Small diaphagm condenser mic for live

    Quote Originally Posted by david blair View Post
    The KMS 105 by Neumann can be had for $500.
    I like it better than the KM 184 for live recording too.
    On vocals or instruments...?
    Those mics have always interested me....

    Quote Originally Posted by Justus True Waldron View Post
    I know lots of pros use km84s and the like for recording, but I can't think of a single concert involving those same pros where I remember seeing them live (not saying it's never happened though).
    I remember the early concerts of the DGQ at the Great American Music Hall, with KM84s (in their fancy shock mounts) on everything....

    It's one of the reasons--along with the hall and the band--that those recordings are so compelling...

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