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    Important Lesson I Learned Today...

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    The barrel of a dynamic mic and the neck of a bottle of beer feel a LOT alike.

    And are NOT to be confused with each other.

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    What kind of beer...?...it makes a difference in the tone you get.

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    Important Lesson I Learned Today.......Too much compression at certain settings on a piano.....can sound pretty tremelo cool or really annoying if you have no use for it.

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    I learned that running my bass drum mic through my Zoom B9.1ut rules !

    And that my neighbors across the street do actually have family

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevieb View Post
    The barrel of a dynamic mic and the neck of a bottle of beer feel a LOT alike.

    And are NOT to be confused with each other.

    Don't ask...

    How many empty 58's did you throw away before you found out what you were doing Steve?
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    How many empty beers were there before the mic entered the equation? Wait....Same thing you said H. lol!
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    I learned that a small diaphram condenser mic, such as an Octava MC-012 is a about the same size as a suppository ......... oh, never mind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moresound View Post
    How many empty 58's did you throw away before you found out what you were doing Steve?
    it wasn't that. He kept popping the tops off with a bottle opener!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob View Post
    it wasn't that. He kept popping the tops off with a bottle opener!

    I can just picture that too!
    ♫♪♫ I have a fever and the cure is cowbell ♫♪♫ .......... *LIVE FREE OR DIE* .......... ♫ I'm all ears ♫

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