Please note that my sig space is for rent. And whats wrong with people voting for what they own? If you own a D6 and have never used a Beta 52...then I dont think you should vote. The Shure and the Audix are two different mics with different purposes. I've also used the Audix mic for everything from jazz to metal bands and I've never been displeased with it. I did vote for the D6, but in my opinion it isn't much different from the usual suspects at all. check out the. Audix D6 vs Shure Beta 52 ok guys, im gonna be buying one of the two w/in the next 48 hrs so let me know which is better b/c i still cant decide. ok guys, im gonna be buying one of the two w/in the next 48 hrs so let me know which is better b/c i still cant decide. [quote title=STAVROSS wrote on Thu, 28 October 2004 22:30], "mix is a verb, not a noun" Sooo, as Aunt Bea would say.."Get to it!!!". If this is your first visit, be sure to What are you doing with the mic? Wanted in three states for breaking ohm's law. We highly recommended the 52 over the audix even though the selling price the 52 for much less. Sound Reinforcement - Forums for Live Sound Professionals - Your Displayed Name Must Be Your Real Full Name To Post In The Live Sound Forums, Kick Drum Mic - Audix D6 v. Shure Beta 52, Topic: Kick Drum Mic - Audix D6 v. Shure Beta 52 (Read 11779 times), Re: Kick Drum Mic - Audix D6 v. Shure Beta 52. Think Clapton (shame the drummer aint Gad!). You're both right. It is the best liked mic in that price range by the live sound pros at the boards I visit. I typically mix rock music, and for that purpose I really like and prefer to use the Shure Beta 52 kick drum mic. In the end we both ended up agreeing to disagree, and that either mic, the Audix D6 or the Shure Beta 52 is a good mic to use for mic'ing a kick drum. I use the Shure at my church (contemporary and some aggressive rock) and it sounds great. (0 members and 1 guests). Smoky Ludwig Vistalite Custom Painted Pearl Session Customs-Ludwig Snares-Zildjian A/K Custom (Broken) Cymbals. Shure Beta 58a vs. AKG c900? Dealer for Peluso Microphones, Blue Microphones and CBI cables.... Id like to know who else has used both. I like the pop sound that it creates (when EQ'd correctly) and that solid driving sound that you get from the kick. If I was buying today, I'd get the D6. Moderator Join Date Nov 2002 Location … I'm not using subs at the moment, and bml mp215 on stands, so a sm58 works good enough for me. I know how sometimes in polls like this, people just vote for what they own. Give a man a fire and he'll be warm for a day. So did you vote? If 95% of people own a D6 out of the two then I think that really says something. Audix D6 Vs Shure Beta 52A Conclusion Both Audix D6 and Shure Beta 52 is a good mic for mic'ing a kick drum. All have been said all the reviewers deal with prefer the Shure Beta 52 because of durability and long life. Ah kick drum mics, a subject both near and dear to the blackened heart that beats in 18/12 inside the cavity which is audio. It constsantly seems to make things more difficult for me as I set a kick mic when the mic cable won't go in because of a part of the mic stand. Which one should i buy? but i'm keen to try other things. Audix D6 Vs. Shure Beta 52 Poll; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. One thing i hate about the beta 52 is where the cable plugs in. [URL=http://www.aqueousband.com]My Band: Aqueous - www.aqueousband.com[/URL]. Audix D6 vs Shure Beta 52; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Recording, live or both? Page created in 0.12 seconds with 18 queries. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Using an akg d112 hasn't been very useful to me, as it is almost omni-directional in use, as in it picks up heaps of spill, as well as the kick its facing. Anyway I have access to an AKG D112 or a Shure Beta 52 but I have to make a decision on which one to hire and I haven;t had a chance to try them. SLIPKNOT1. When I think of a witty saying I will put it here. Official Recording Tip of the month for November: Drum Workshop - Red Silk Onyx with black hardware, Drum Workshop - Azure Satin Oil with satin chrome hardware, Sonor Signature kit 18" Kick with Short Toms, If this is your first visit, be sure to I think polls not only show who likes what better but who owns what. I wish my lawn was Emo so it'd cut itself. Recording with tablets & smartphones (iOS & Android). To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Plus you can get it for about $170 NEW on eBay. I have used both, D6 hands down. View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage 02-12-2005, 06:34 PM #2. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. what would you guys recommend for a kick for an electric blues band? Je me demander quel micro irait bien avec l'audix d6 pour une prise de son grosse caisse,en fait entre je me disait qu'un beta 52 serait sympa sur la… check out the. I have used both many many times. Other recommendations?
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