We have gathered a few statements from some of the greatest REMIC users.
Get inspired by Live Strings, The Portland Cello Project and Dirty Pretty Strings –
There is no doubt in mind that REMIC microphones delivers – the sound and accuracy of these mics are simply overwhelming and today, we deeply rely on the power of REMIC MICROPHONES for live and recording context – Live Johansson, founder of Live Strings.
Equipped with REMIC microphones the Danish string quartet “Live Strings”, are all set for this year’s concerts and festivals. Photo by: Thorbjørn Chiloux Fessel
The Portland Cello Project
REMIC totally rethinks micing a string instrument. Unbelievable combination of clarity and isolation from the rest of the stage sounds.
– Justin Adrew, FOH: The Portland Cello Project.
And Douglas Jenkins, Artist, Artistic Direction and Management of The Portland Cello Project continues, “the thing I like best about REMICs is that they are one less barrier between us and the audience”.
Dirty Pretty Strings
Following last year’s great success, I’d really like to use the REMICs again, says Paul Ramsay, FOH, and the string quartet fully agrees.
There is absolutely no doubt that the REMICs are the optimal choice of microphones when it comes to amplifying the sound of bowed instruments in live context, Paul Ramsay continues.
And along with the artistic freedom you gain and the time you save, makes the REMICs worth every single penny.
For the second year in a row REMIC has been chosen to join the string quartet Dirty Pretty Strings and Kasabian on four consecutive “pre-summer” concerts 2016.
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We have gathered a few statements from some of the greatest REMIC users. Get inspired by Live Strings, The Portland Cello Project and Dirty Pretty Strings –