Royer Labs AxeMount Dual Microphone Clip  From Royer

Dual Microphone Clip for R-121 & 57-Styled Dynamic

Royer Labs

$39.99

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Manufacturer's Description from Royer

The R-121/57-styled dynamic mic combo is legendary for capturing electric guitars. With the AxeMount, using these two classic mics has never been easier, faster to set up, or more stable once they’re set up. You can also move the two mics from one cabinet to another effortlessly – it’s as easy as moving one mic stand.

 

The AxeMount microphone clip positions an R-121 right next to a 57-style dynamic mic, phase-aligned and ready to record for the ultimate electric guitar microphone package. A good starting point is positioning the clip so the dynamic mic is pointed at where the speaker dome meets the paper. The R-121 will be more on the dome. This is a classic position for these two mics.

 

The natural, full bodied sound of the R-121, blended to taste with the fist-forward pointedness of a 57-styled dynamic microphone, allows for phenomenal tailoring of recorded and live guitar tones. In the past, using these two mics required two mic stands, two clips, and time to get the mics lined up properly and in-phase with each other. The AxeMount does away with all that and makes the R-121/dynamic microphone method as easy as possible.The R-121/57-styled dynamic mic combo is legendary for capturing electric guitars. With the AxeMount, using these two classic mics has never been easier, faster to set up, or more stable once they’re set up. You can also move the two mics from one cabinet to another effortlessly – it’s as easy as moving one mic stand.

 

The AxeMount microphone clip positions an R-121 right next to a 57-style dynamic mic, phase-aligned and ready to record for the ultimate electric guitar microphone package. A good starting point is positioning the clip so the dynamic mic is pointed at where the speaker dome meets the paper. The R-121 will be more on the dome. This is a classic position for these two mics.

 

The natural, full bodied sound of the R-121, blended to taste with the fist-forward pointedness of a 57-styled dynamic microphone, allows for phenomenal tailoring of recorded and live guitar tones. In the past, using these two mics required two mic stands, two clips, and time to get the mics lined up properly and in-phase with each other. The AxeMount does away with all that and makes the R-121/dynamic microphone method as easy as possible.

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About Manufacturer

After years of designing and manufacturing microphones in Los Angeles, David Royer teamed up with Rick Perrotta, former President and co-founder of the prestigious Matchless Guitar Amplifier Company, and together with studio owner Rafael Villafane and musician/marketing director John Jennings, formed Royer Labs, a California based company dedicated to the development and production of high quality ribbon microphones and transducer elements. DAVID ROYER Best known for his ribbon mics, David has designed countless other mics and outboard devices that are in use throughout numerous LA studios. When David's not designing new gear, his idea of fun is climbing desert mountains or pounding dirt roads in his new pickup. RICK PERROTTA Rick Perrotta's name may sound familiar - he and Rafael Villafane owned LA's Baby-O Recorders during the 80's, then Rick went on to co-found Matchless Guitar Amplifiers, where he was President and Production Chief of the prestigious amp line until 1995. At the helm of Royer Labs, Rick brings an extraordinary level of craftsmanship to every Royer microphone (hold one in your hand and you may never give it back!). JOHN JENNINGS John worked for years as a guitar player and singer, in the studio and on the road. He took an 8-year detour into the corporate world as VP Sales & Marketing for an LA communications firm, but came to his senses in 1996 and ditched the suit to get into pro-audio manufacturing and sales. John handles sales and marketing for Royer Labs. RAFAEL VILLAFANE Rafael Villafane co-founded Baby'O Recorders with Rick. He has produced a #1 and numerous top ten hits in the US and abroad. He drinks too much. Owns a club in Acapulco (Baby'O). If you can prove you own a Royer product, the first ten tequilas are on him---really. Drives too fast. Been doing a record for ten years he STILL can't finish. Has a six-second attention span. He torched a school with young pal Jeff "Skunk" Baxter in Mexico City when they were kids. What else? Oh yeah, he's Mexican... nobody's perfect. CHRIS PERROTTA As another co-founder of Matchless Amplifier Company, Chris was responsible for the high quality detail work that Matchless is famous for, including the light up "dashboard" and three dimensional logo. At Royer, Chris is the chief mechanical designer and another confirmed precision freak. Every Royer microphone owes its beauty and elegance to Chris wonderful interpretations of the designers art.

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