• Great Marshall Mics

    From Blueknight@VERT to All on Sun Jun 19 20:51:42 2011
    MXL V67G
    Large Capsule Condenser Microphone

    "Old school tube mellow" is often used to describe the sound of the V67G. Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G combines Class A FET circuitry and a transformer/coupled output for an open and pure sound. The V67G comes through with killer vocals even in front of a busy mix and has great stage appeal with a gold-plated round grill and distinctive, vintage body. You'll be amazed by the sound this cleverly-designed microphone provides and pleasantly pleased with the price of 55 bux each.

    ò Comes complete with mic stand adapter
    ò Transformer-balanced output for smooth sound
    ò Gold-sputtered, 6 micron diaphragm
    ò Solid state preamp
    ò Optional MXL-57 isolation shockmount available
    ò 3-year warranty
    These are used for approx. 12 hours in 2 gigs and is super condition.

    BlueKnight

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  • From Ve2oox@VERT/CANADA to Blueknight on Fri Jul 8 08:00:41 2011
    MXL V67G
    Large Capsule Condenser Microphone

    "Old school tube mellow" is often used to describe the sound of the V67G. Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G combines Class A FET circuitry and

    The only Marshall Microphone I have is an MXL 2003. To my ears, it sounds like an AKG C 3000. Since I work in the Radio and Television Broadcasting field, I use it a lot for voice-overs. It's not necessarily a Neumann, but for the
    price you can't go wrong. Nice [disposable] mics.

    Dimitri Papadopoulos
    Trans-Canada BBS
    www.trans-canada.org

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  • From Blueknight@VERT to Ve2oox on Wed Jul 13 05:39:43 2011
    MXL V67G
    Large Capsule Condenser Microphone

    "Old school tube mellow" is often used to describe the sound of the
    V67G. Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G combines Class A FET
    circuitry and

    The only Marshall Microphone I have is an MXL 2003. To my ears, it sounds like an AKG C 3000. Since I work in the Radio and Television Broadcasting field, I use it a lot for voice-overs. It's not necessarily a Neumann, but for the price you can't go wrong. Nice [disposable] mics.

    Dimitri Papadopoulos
    Trans-Canada BBS
    www.trans-canada.org

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    Dimitri:
    I was away so that is why this reply is late.
    I agree on the disposable mic theory of yours. Yes, Technology has allowed
    for good cheap mics to be produced. Technology still gives us the old tuff stuff too. I am in voice over also. We will have to connect up for some exchanges.
    Nice and great to meet you here. Do you have a studio? Do you also do Jingles, sweepers, and bumpers?
    Looking forward to chatting with you and sharing interests..

    Fred Mancuso (aka) BlueKnight

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  • From Blueknight@VERT to Ve2oox on Mon Aug 1 08:44:07 2011
    MXL V67G
    Large Capsule Condenser Microphone

    "Old school tube mellow" is often used to describe the sound of the
    V67G. Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G combines Class A FET
    circuitry and

    The only Marshall Microphone I have is an MXL 2003. To my ears, it sounds like an AKG C 3000. Since I work in the Radio and Television Broadcasting field, I use it a lot for voice-overs. It's not necessarily a Neumann, but for the price you can't go wrong. Nice [disposable] mics.

    Dimitri Papadopoulos
    Trans-Canada BBS
    www.trans-canada.org

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    Yes My friend, technology has given us a lot of throwaways. Indeed though, it has created a great way for advancement of those with talent and limited startup cash. In my belief, (and I do soundwork for some great folks) having
    a cache of goods is always a great idea. If you get one great track from one certain sound and then throw the insignificant equipment to the dumpster it is good!

    I have a neat little challenge this month. On the 27th of August, I was asked to co operate the sound system at the Dutchess County Fair for the music icon REO SPEEDWAGON. They have a great system at that Fair and I have utilized it many times for groups attending. I like to utilize filtering that represents the audio sounds of the 60's-70's. I still love the magic sound once created by the great sound guy Marty Glisson, who helped engineer REO's sound at various events who died at a young age of 48.
    Thank you my friend for responding to the ol' BlueKnight himself! I hope to speak to you again sometime. I will be getting a few collectables and soundbytes from REO this month...perhaps I shall share what is "open domain" here.
    Thanks.

    BluKnight
    aka
    Fred Mancuso's Experience
    Owner/Promoter
    Jazz2Blues.biz

    Music industry

    January 2009 û Present (2 years 8 months)

    Creating Memories
    Large Venue "Black Tie Dinner and Dance" Live Events

    Genre:
    JAZZ * BLUES * SWING
    BIG BAND * GOSPEL * LATIN

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  • From Ve2oox@VERT/CANADA to Blueknight on Mon Oct 10 22:10:53 2011
    Nice and great to meet you here.

    Hi Fred,

    Apologies for such a late reply, as I just noticed the post. I should visit this echo more often. (it's hard to keep up with everything out there:
    Usenet, Facebook forums, Web forums, Fido echo, this echo,... and now LinkedIn groups...)
    Do you have a studio? Do you also do
    Jingles, sweepers, and bumpers?
    Looking forward to chatting with you and sharing interests..

    Fred Mancuso (aka) BlueKnight

    Yes, I do have a studio at my place, but it's not a production studio, it's a Broadcast studio for my Web Internet [Greek] radio station. Arrakis Broadcast console, MXL2003 mics, Technics SP-15 Broadcast turntables, CBS Labs AUDIMAX 4300 Broadcast AGC and whatnot. My "production booth", (a closet) mainly for recording broadcast voice-tracks consists is just a Marshall MXL2003 hooked up to a Behringer Ultragain PRO mic preamp, into Adobe Audition CS5.5. I don't
    do Jingles, sweepers, and bumpers.

    I am Canada's first webcaster. Launched in 1994. So I'm keeping things running. :)

    Cheers,

    Dimitri Papadopoulos

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  • From Spudboy@VERT/DIGDIST to Ve2oox on Sun Nov 6 09:24:17 2011
    Re: Re: Great Marshall Mics
    By: Ve2oox to Blueknight on Mon Oct 10 2011 22:10:53

    Yes, I do have a studio at my place, but it's not a production studio, it's Broadcast studio for my Web Internet [Greek] radio station. Arrakis Broadcas console, MXL2003 mics, Technics SP-15 Broadcast turntables, CBS Labs AUDIMAX 4300 Broadcast AGC and whatnot. My "production booth", (a closet) mainly fo recording broadcast voice-tracks consists is just a Marshall MXL2003 hooked to a Behringer Ultragain PRO mic preamp, into Adobe Audition CS5.5. I don't do Jingles, sweepers, and bumpers.

    I am Canada's first webcaster. Launched in 1994. So I'm keeping things running. :)

    Cheers,

    Dimitri Papadopoulos

    Sounds like a cool setup! Are the SP-15 turntables similar to the SP-1200 series? In your opinion, does the Audimax compare favorably to more well-known limiters of the same vintage, such as the Teletronix LA-2A and Urei 1176LN?


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