Lots of different tastes in overheads. It is kind of a personal thing. I like Beyer M160s myself.
We used a single M160 as overhead for the recent kimock shows. I was very pleased with its performance. AKG 460's and 414's are also great overhead mics, mainly for recording
We typically use a pair of M160s for overheads, and then a choice of kick mics. Audix D6, ATM25, Beyer M88. Sometimes an RE20.
AKGs have a long history as overhead mics. A hotter sound than the Beyer ribbon mics.
Mics: akg c460 (ck61, ck63), c414buls, c568eb; at4049a, 4051a, 4053a, at853; josephson c42; neumann U87, km84i; beyer m130, m160, m500; aea r84; gefell m71, mt711s, m200, m201; sony c38; schoeps cmc6, CMBI (mk4, mk21, mk41, mk4v); sennheiser mkh40, md421, md431, md541
Pres: API, a-designs, pendulum, purple, millennia, gt, littlebox, tinybox, usbpre2, CA 9200, pipsqueak, pueblo pending
Cables: KCY, CMR, Naiant AKG actives, PFAs, asst. GAKables and Darktrain
Recorders/converters: dr680, m10, dr-2d, d50, dr70d, zoom f8, lynx aurora 8
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