D5401 LB for Concerto Bass (NEW)
The new REMIC D5401 LB model has been designed with different measures to fit the upright concerto bass used in orchestras and classical ensembles. The upright concerto bass is typically constructed to have more space between fingerboard and body of the instrument, which requires a REMIC microphone that is slightly taller than the D5400 LB.
The D5401 LB is designed for extremely loud live productions and delivers a natural, but more “dry” and “woodish” sound response in comparison to the “Studio/Live” model.
The “LB” model represents an impressive suppression of ambiente sound-sources by a condenser microphone. So if you need a microphone with low acoustic feedback response, the D5401 LB is the answer.
At the same time the microphone will maintain the aesthetic appearance of the instrument towards your audience, since there are no clamps and clips in order to mount or hold the microphone.
With Built-In Windshield
All microphones for strings have a built-in windshield, which is designed to drastically reduce wind noise in open air performances. The windshield is placed inside the microphone and is therefore invisible and non-removable. With the built-in windshield, you do not need to add any other windshields to your microphone. The built-in windshield does not change the quality of the microphone or sound quality in general.
What does the Head of Audio of Colorado Symphony say about the REMIC LB Live models?
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