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    I'm a junior sound designer based in LA with an interest in production sound
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  1. Thanks Jaymz, that's very helpful. I was hoping one back-to-back lyre would be enough but wasn't sure.
  2. Thanks guys. Bummer, I was hoping it might fit into an AD. Oh well. I'm more concerned with the lyres, though; since the two mics have different diameters I'd need a stereo suspension with two different diameters. Does Rycote make those? @soundslikejustin: That looks great. How are you liking the mics?
  3. Hi all, I've been a lurker here for quite a while and have even bought gear from a member, but this is my first post. Here goes! I have an MKH8040 and a MKH30 that I want to use in an M/S configuration. I'd like to get a Rycote stereo windshield kit for it but I'm a bit lost as to which. I'm familiar with their modular windshield kits for single mono mics, but have never worked with their stereo kits. The Rycote website is not too helpful, as my configuration is not listed in their guide (http://www.rycote.com/images/uploads/compatibility_charts/Stereo_Microphone_List-October_2010.pdf). I'll probably stop by Trew Audio in the next couple of days, but in the meantime I was wondering if anybody has experience with this particular combo -- is there a way to make it work with a Rycote stereo kit? Thanks, Alex
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