M600 vs. Standard Shockmount Sound Comparison

by | Mar 19, 2008 | Equipment | 0 comments

Recently, I posted to the VO-BB, but not this blog, a soundfile comparison using the M600 microphone mount versus a standard shockmount.

Below, you’ll find those soundfiles. 

For the comparison, I used an AKG C3000B using only a single-tube PreSonus TubePre pre-amp, but no compressor/expander/gate. I post this now, because, interestingly, I rec’d a phone call from the maker of the M600 — a David Brown.  The phone call was from Dublin, and I enjoyed the chance to discuss the unit with it’s designer and maker.

For further information my original blog evaluating the M600….click HERE.

 

ON THE LEFT, THE M600 RECORDING     ON THE RIGHT, A STANDARD SHOCKMOUNT RECORDING

Please come back for another evaluation on this blog within 24-48.  On David Brown’s urging, I’m going back to the “laboratory” to evaluate the M600 using the Sennheiser MKH416 P48.

CourVO

 

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