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You can find video with using ribbon microphone RM-BIV 1 and it's comparisson with other mics below

 

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Recording the chorus for two double-ribbon microphone RM BIV-3. All other microphones are in the MUTE position.

 

 

TWO MICROPHONES RM BIV-1 can record a whole group!

 

 

Test tape microphones.

 

Tenor saxophone was recorded with one double on:

 

1.Oktava ML-16 (1971)

2.Oktava ML-52 (modern)

3.Coles 4038 (modern)

4.RM BIV-1

 

Saxophone model: Buescher True Tone - USA 1917

 

 

Acoustic Live recording is made only for one stereo pair of tape microphone Burdukova RM BIV-1

 

Vocals: Alexander Prostakov.

 

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Guitar: Danis Shcherbakov, Pavel Shumkov.

Contrabass: Dmitriy Borisov.

Percussion: Vitaliy Dzhasov.

 

Record: Alexander Prostakov

Video: Alexander Becker.

 

Recording Place: Oxygen Recording Studio

 

The Sebatron VMP 4000e is a great tube preamplifier for drums! In this video, we put the RM BIV-1 ribbon microphone through the preamp at 12 different settings in a Mono Overhead position:

 

At each of the three pad settings (-25db, -15db, 0db), we've recorded the same performance with the following EQ settings: flat, Bright, Air, and Deep. During tracking, the preamp was set to peak at -6db, and then all files have been normalized so you're only hearing what the preamp is doing to the sound.

 

Other details of the shootout:

 

- Drums are by GMS: 14"x22" Super Vintage bass drum, 6.5"x13" Revolution Brass snare drum, Grand Master Series 9"x12" and 14"x15" floor tom.

- Cymbals are Sabian: 14" HHX Legacy Hats, 20" HH Artisan Elite Ride, 18" and 20" HH Vanguard Crashes.

- Heads by Aquarian: Texture Coated on snare drum, Modern Vintage II on toms, coated Force 1 on bass drum.

- Conversion through Ferrofish A16 Mk II

- Recorded at Triple Colossal Studios in Hoboken, New Jersey

 

Need drum tracks for your songs? Dylan will play for you. See www.indiestudiodrummer.com to start a project.

 

The Sebatron VMP 4000e is a great tube preamplifier for drums! We've gone crazy with our most extensive shootout yet, testing the unit on drum overhead duties. In this intro video, Dylan Wissing of Indie Studio Drummer (Alicia Keys, John Legend, Drake) explains what we did and offers our favorite settings across seven different microphones, including:

 

- AKG C414 XLS LDC

- Audio Technica AT4047/SV LDC

- Cascade Fathead II Ribbon

- Coles 4038 Ribbon

- RM BIV-1 Ribbon

- Shure KSM 137 SDC

- Shure Sm57 Dynamic

 

The VMP 4000e offers several different EQ settings at three different input levels, and we've systematically explored twelve common options across all seven microphones so you can judge for yourself what the preamp is doing.

 

Other details of the shootout:

 

- Drums are by GMS: 14"x22" Super Vintage bass drum, 6.5"x13" Revolution Brass snare drum, Grand Master Series 9"x12" and 14"x15" floor tom.

- Cymbals are Sabian: 14" HHX Legacy Hats, 20" HH Artisan Elite Ride, 18" and 20" HH Vanguard Crashes.

- Heads by Aquarian: Texture Coted on snare drum, Modern Vintage II on toms, coated Force 1 on bass drum.

- Conversion through Ferrofish A16 Mk II

- Recorded at Triple Colossal Studios in Hoboken, New Jersey

 

Need drum tracks for your songs? Dylan will play for you. See www.indiestudiodrummer.com to start a project.

 

 

Test tape microphones.

 

The alto saxophone was recorded with one double on:

 

1.Oktava ML-16 (1971)

2.Oktava ML-52 (modern)

3.Coles 4038 (modern)

4.RM BIV-1

 

 

 

Test tape microphones.

 

The alto saxophone was recorded with one double on:

 

1.Oktava ML-16 (1971)

2.Oktava ML-52 (modern)

3.Coles 4038 (modern)

4.RM BIV-1

 

 

Soprano saxophone was recorded with one double on:

 

1.Oktava ML-16 (1971)

2.Oktava ML-52 (modern)

3.Coles 4038 (modern)

4.RM BIV-1

 

 

 

 

The voice was recorded with one double on:

 

1.Oktava ML-16 (1971)

2.Oktava ML-52 (modern)

3.Coles 4038 (modern)

4.RM BIV-1

 

 

 

 

Ribbon Mic Shootout on Bass Drum - AEA R84, Cascade Fathead II, Coles 4038, RM BIV-1

We tested four ribbon mics at Triple Colossal Studios on Front of Kick duties - AEA Ribbon Mics R84, Cascade Microphones Fathead II, Coles 4038, and an RM BIV. Which one do you like the best?

 

A few notes:

 

- All mics were level-matched as close as we could get, and then the files were normalized so they all hit at exactly the same level. No EQ, compression, etc. on the ribbon miss (and I don't think there's any on the overhead or room mic, for that matter).

 

- The Coles was completely unhappy sitting close to the head and kept distorting in that position, even with a pop filter and pad on the preamp. We moved it back about three feet from the drum and it sounded great there, but as you'll hear it picked up a lot more bleed from snare and cymbals.

 

- Listen on studio monitors or professional headphones for best results - you most likely won't hear much difference between them from your iPhone speaker.

 

Drums are by GMS Drums, cymbals by SABIAN, heads by Aquarian Drumheads, sticks by Promark, preamps by Daking, conversion by RME. Great stuff!

 

 

This is how the drumset sounds when overheads are taken off by tape microphones from Igor Burdukov

 

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