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Offline Nick's Picks

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M-Audio Pulsar's and others
« on: December 16, 2020, 11:47:34 AM »
I've been back in the studio recording for my bands next album, and I pulled some mics out "storage" to play with...and WOW.   These M-Audio mics just kick ass.   The Pulsar has to be the best SD "sleeper" mic out there for the money...and the LD multi-pattern Solaris is one of the best sounding mics for vocals I've used.
But those Pulsars....on the drum kit.   PUNCH and SIZZLE

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Re: M-Audio Pulsar's and others
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2021, 03:46:37 PM »
Years ago I bought a set of Pulsars to use for recording my band rehearsals (mostly for 2 channel stereo recordings), served me well for over a decade. I never had a complaint on the tonality or fidelity, they always gave me nice recordings.


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