P6000 for Grand Piano
For studio, broadcast, theatre and live productions, the P 6000 delivers an extraordinary sound response and continues the unique and striking craftsmanship of REMIC MICROPHONES.
Based on a match pair of High definition condenser microphones, the P 6000 delivers a natural and open sound, with an extreme accuracy and fast transient response, that captures even the finest and most delicate overtones of the instrument.
PLACEMENT / INSTALLATION
The P 6000 is placed on top of the soundboard beneath the strings, pointing towards the hammers (aming E4/F4) and can be moved around on the soundboard to achieve the desired tone (timbre).
The placement of the P 6000, allows the microphone to capture the very first movements of air molecules, set in motion by the soundboard and strings, before the sound signal is “polluted” or “distorted” by odd reflections that often causes phase problems when two or more conventional microphones are used to capture the sound of this huge instrument.
THE AESTHETICAL ADVANTAGE
Finally, there is an obvious, purely aesthetic advantage to utilizing an instrument microphone from REMIC MICROPHONES, as they are not mounted with a clumsy microphone stand or clip. The sheer size and design of the REMICs, enables the instrument to present itself with its natural elegance.
Daniel Shores – Sound Engineer – SONO LUMINUS
“The Remic P6000 system provides a detailed clarity and direct signal that has not been achieved before.
It provides a close and extremely accurate representation of the sound of the instrument and the frequency response of the
microphone appears flat without unnatural coloration.”
Esben Just – Danish pianist
”As a pianist, it is a rare to experience that the sound I hear behind the piano, is the same as what is being exposed to the
audience. With the piano microphone P6000 from REMIC, you can be entirely confident that the audience is having the exact same
sonic experience as yourself. You couldn’t ask for more.”
Peter Rosendal – Danish pianist
”My experience with the piano microphone P6000 from REMIC is that it brings out the best in the instrument. I have played the
piano at Rampelyset (venue in Silkeborg, Denmark, ed.) on many different occasions, and it is always difficult to establish the
optimal sound from this instrument. I was extremely surprised the last time I played this piano, as I could suddenly hear so
many more sonorous nuances.”
Christian Rohs – Sound Engineer – klangfarbe.dk
“The REMIC P6000 conveys a surprisingly natural sound response without any EQ and can be placed almost anywhere on the
soundboard, with the instrument lid closed or open. The design of the REMIC P6000 ensures that no phasing problems occur, which
is very audible.”
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