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    100 mics and 50 preamps and we're just getting started.

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    this is just great. i only wanted to say thank you

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    These are really great... and it truly appreciate them. But on thing that i think might help out some of use home recordists would be to include a low level pre (makie 1604 pre ... ect) so that we know what we are comparing to. alot of use have not had alot of experience with any thing other than these.
    But i think you did have the mackie pres in the first listening sessions, so. I just wanted to say that that was helpful.
    Thanks again

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    I learned 2 things from listening to these.

    1. I want a Neumann TLM103
    2. I want a Great River MP-1NV

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    I have used the TLM103 a number of times and never found it that great. I know I am not a majority, but I just don't dig it. I used the AT4033 with it and kept those tracks instead....against that grain, it's tougher that way.


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    Much to my supprise, I thought the SE Electronics SE3600 on male vox > John Hardy sounded great. I wonder if all the SE3600s sound this good?
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    Extremely useful there DOT!!! I have 3 outbrd pre's plus a decent mic arsenal which I'm planning to add 2 more hi-quality mic's and 1 more pre and you have provided me/us with the oppty to carefully select using our ears, which direction to go!

    Thankyou!

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    I noticed the gear list includes Studio Projects C4 and LSD-2 mics as well as the VTB-2 pre. I can't wait to hear those!
    Thanks Dot!

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    ppl, dont forget that, one vocal has a best mic the that voice. for other vocal could be other mic.

    but the ideia is great.

    thanks DOT

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    Ummmm, there seems to be some preamps missing from that list... like the most popular ones!

    Where's the ART preamps?

    No RNP?

    No MindPrint products?

    No Presonus?

    No dbx?

    The concept is nice, but most of us can't afford Great River, Neve, and some of the other high-end preamps.
    The preamps I listed above are the ones I would be most likely to shop for, because they are affordable.

    Once again, all we get is Meek, Behringer, and Studio Projects gear thrown at us.

    Boooo Hissss!

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