Side-Address Cardoid Condenser
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The Josephson e22S side-address cardioid was designed to meet the needs of noted recording engineer Steve Albini. The physical profile allows unobtrusive placement, even with tight percussion layouts. Unique among studio condenser microphones, the e22S capsule geometry is optimized for spot miking performance. The circuit uses a cascode discrete FET front end, combined with a custom Lundahl output transformer. The electronics were designed to interface easily with either transformer or direct coupled mic preamps. The e22S has low self-noise, so it delivers low level detail, and handles high sound pressure levels for minimal distortion on extremely loud passages. The microphone housing is very rugged, with a precision machined, satin black chrome finish.
Learn about the microphone and preamp combinations for this jazz trio recording as Audio Engineer Jason Richmond discusses the pro audio gear used to record the Brady Spotted Gum drum kit for this gui...
Learn about the microphone and preamp combinations for this jazz trio recording as Audio Engineer Jason Richmond discusses the pro audio gear used to record the Brady Spotted Gum drum kit for this guitar, organ, and drum trio. In this video, head engineer Jason Richmond briefly describes the idea behind mic'ing a full kit with 10 microphones, and multiple different preamps, as well as their positioning and placement. Learn about the specs, listen to sound clips, watch other videos, and more for each piece of gear used during this session on SoundPure's website - soundpure.com. To learn even more about the gear used in this session, or if you have any questions concerning the techniques used, don't hesitate to call the recording engineers here at Sound Pure Studios. 919.682.5552. or 888.528.9703.