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ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« on: December 15, 2017, 01:43:02 PM »
I wasn't sure to put this here, or in the Yard Sale Section.

I currently have 2 sets of Mic's with Clips (CA-14 Cards) and (CA-11 Omni's) - I am using a RODE Mic Bar for my Rode M5's and clipping these to the end.

I was curious if anyone had an ORTF or DIN designed Mic Bar for Church Audio Mics available. Looking for something to hold them in place

Also wondering how other folks place their CA Mics' (I know I know, just use a ruler  :D) Any input appreciated.

I was looking a a schoeps bar that popped up here last week, but went to another buyer....

Thanks folks !

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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2017, 02:06:28 PM »
I make bars for the Church audio mics:

http://taperssection.com/index.php?topic=165024.0

The clips can interfere. There needs to be enough barrel on the cable side of the clip so the bar can grab the mic.

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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2017, 04:17:17 PM »
Great, thank you! Thought I saw a thread awhile back but couldn't find it.

I will email you in the next week or so to place an order.

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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2018, 02:57:49 PM »
No response so far to my email from last week....so I'm still looking for something for my Church Audio Mics.

I used a clamp last night, from a friend of a taper which worked well. It was just a clamp with a bar coming out of it (maybe 6" long) that I was able to attach both mics to. Anyone use one of these, or have suggestion for where I might find such a clamp ?
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Busman MOD Tascam DR-70D - TASCAM DR-100MKII 
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2018, 03:21:54 PM »
Not too long ago there was a guy using a shock mount with a plain old 12” ruler stuck through it and clipping the mics on the ends. It was pretty clever and might do in a pinch. 

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Busman MOD Tascam DR-70D - TASCAM DR-100MKII 
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #6 on: January 16, 2018, 09:25:35 PM »
Not too long ago there was a guy using a shock mount with a plain old 12” ruler stuck through it and clipping the mics on the ends. It was pretty clever and might do in a pinch.

There was definitely more than one guy doing this; I was one of them but it definitely wasn't my original idea. The only new thing I added: I bought a cheap aluminum ruler and cut each end to a non-symmetrical point such that clipping the mics one way would make a 110deg opening angle and the other way 90deg.  The ruler went into a cheap shockmount that looks like a plastic cylinder with crossed rubber bands at each end.  It's all these mics really need.
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #7 on: February 10, 2018, 09:49:55 PM »
so if you can see in the picture i am using a 4 mic bar with my nakamichi shotguns in the center, but on each side i took a metal clothes hanger , bent it around where the mic clips would screw on then screwed them down. go to the other end made a small circle bend to clip the mics to and gaff taped the wire to the bars, it made a 4.5' spaced pair that blended awesome with the shotguns..... idea i came up with in  a hurry for the omni pair
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #8 on: February 13, 2018, 08:08:00 AM »
so if you can see in the picture i am using a 4 mic bar with my nakamichi shotguns in the center, but on each side i took a metal clothes hanger , bent it around where the mic clips would screw on then screwed them down. go to the other end made a small circle bend to clip the mics to and gaff taped the wire to the bars, it made a 4.5' spaced pair that blended awesome with the shotguns..... idea i came up with in  a hurry for the omni pair

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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2018, 06:07:18 PM »
penns peak in jim thorpe pa
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #10 on: February 14, 2018, 06:18:21 PM »
..on each side i took a metal clothes hanger , bent it around where the mic clips would screw on then screwed them down. go to the other end made a small circle bend to clip the mics to and gaff taped the wire to the bars, it made a 4.5' spaced pair that blended awesome with the shotguns..... idea i came up with in  a hurry for the omni pair

Cool clothes hanger trick. I love long, thin women omni bars.

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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #11 on: February 15, 2018, 03:03:38 PM »
so if you can see in the picture i am using a 4 mic bar with my nakamichi shotguns in the center, but on each side i took a metal clothes hanger , bent it around where the mic clips would screw on then screwed them down. go to the other end made a small circle bend to clip the mics to and gaff taped the wire to the bars, it made a 4.5' spaced pair that blended awesome with the shotguns..... idea i came up with in  a hurry for the omni pair

Thanks! This is a great idea, I like the idea of spreading the Omni's out like that. I currently run Rode M5s with either my CA-11 Omni's or CA-14 Cards > TASCAM 70D. (Similar Setup).

Will give it a shot. Penns Peak is a great venue to record in too.
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #12 on: February 19, 2018, 06:42:25 PM »
I use the CA-14's all the time.  It sounds crazy, but through trial and error, I now exclusively use coasters from a bar (when they're not in my hat).  Yes, you read that correctly!  Cut out a small hole, and tap it right onto your stand.  They are reusable for several times, providing that you keep them from bending.  The best part is, aside from keeping a couple back-ups with you that take up no space and the fact that they're free...is that they double as shockmounts.  The material absorbs shock and vibrations very well.  Try it, you really don't need anything else for those mics.
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #13 on: February 19, 2018, 06:54:32 PM »
^ Love it.  Coasters as paper-pulp acoustic damping shock-mount disks.
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #14 on: February 19, 2018, 07:02:20 PM »
^ Love it.  Coasters as paper-pulp acoustic damping shock-mount disks.

You'd be surprised, my friend.  They really work great.  I even cut out an old credit card to use in the same way, but the plastic vibrates, just as thin metal would.  I went back to the coasters.  If I were at home, with access to my photos, I could provide dozens of pics. 
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