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Postby skatingbasser on Wed Dec 19, 2007 1:28 am

six acre lake wrote:hey what happened to all the lovely images?

They were reposted by me in the post above yours?
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Re: Don Cabellero Microphone Setup Pictures

Postby TheMilford on Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:55 am

How about reposting these again...
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Re: Don Cabellero Microphone Setup Pictures

Postby Jeremy B on Thu Dec 30, 2010 1:37 am

TheMilford wrote:How about reposting these again...


Enjoy.


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Re: Don Cabellero Microphone Setup Pictures

Postby discordant on Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:43 am

Awesome! Thanks for the repost. Love this album.
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Re: Don Cabellero Microphone Setup Pictures

Postby diddley on Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:43 am

In this case, the AKG 414 (bass room mic) is set on the cardio position ?

My idea is that it would be on the floor if set in omni position (and a small condenser would be a better choice too).

What is the differences between the two methodes for room mic (a cardio around 10 inches above ground and a omni on the floor) ?


Last question : why is it took place on the side of the amp, not in front of ?

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Postby France44 on Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:45 am

skatingbasser wrote:Here you go.

russ wrote:Here are some pictures I took of the microphone setup for Don Cabellero's American Don sessions. Keep in mind that the setup could have changed at any point after I took these photos.

This first one shows the drum kit from the front. The drums are in the Kentucky room of Studio A. You can see an AKG C-24 out in front of the kit as the stereo overhead mic, a D112 for the kick, Josephson 606/609's on the toms, looks like a Beyer 160 as a mono overhead.
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This next one of the drums clearly shows the positioning of the C-24 (used as M-S pair) and you can also see the Altec 150's as room mics, and the Altec 175 on the snare.
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This shows a close up from behind the kit. There might be something strange going on underneath the hi-hats, but I can't quite tell. Simulation Regroupement de prêt
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Here you can see another Altec 175 on the auxillary snare
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Moving on to the bass guitar cabinet which was in Center Field along with the guitar cabinets. That's an EV RE-20 on the left and an Audio Technica 4033 on the right.
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This one just shows the room mic for the bass cabinet - an AKG C-414.
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Two final shots of the guitar cabinet setup. From left to right it goes RCA BK-5A (room), VTL CR-3A, AKG C-28 w/ CK-4 (bi-directional) capsule, Coles/STC 4038.
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And here's a close up of the three close mics.
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Postby France44 on Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:46 am

skatingbasser wrote:Here you go.

russ wrote:Here are some pictures I took of the microphone setup for Don Cabellero's American Don sessions. Keep in mind that the setup could have changed at any point after I took these photos.

This first one shows the drum kit from the front. The drums are in the Kentucky room of Studio A. You can see an AKG C-24 out in front of the kit as the stereo overhead mic, a D112 for the kick, Josephson 606/609's on the toms, looks like a Beyer 160 as a mono overhead.
Image
This next one of the drums clearly shows the positioning of the C-24 (used as M-S pair) and you can also see the Altec 150's as room mics, and the Altec 175 on the snare.
Image
This shows a close up from behind the kit. There might be something strange going on underneath the hi-hats, but I can't quite tell.
Image
Here you can see another Altec 175 on the auxillary Simulation Regroupement de prêt
Image
Moving on to the bass guitar cabinet which was in Center Field along with the guitar cabinets. That's an EV RE-20 on the left and an Audio Technica 4033 on the right.
Image
This one just shows the room mic for the bass cabinet - an AKG C-414.
Image
Two final shots of the guitar cabinet setup. From left to right it goes RCA BK-5A (room), VTL CR-3A, AKG C-28 w/ CK-4 (bi-directional) capsule, Coles/STC 4038.
Image
And here's a close up of the three close mics.
Image

Where are the image?
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