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  1. Hello everyone I know they have been covered separate, but just want to hear from people using either or both as their main all-rounder. I have been using a CS-1e and love it, but need a new all-rounder for noisier, outdoors and so on. CS-3e was the obvious choice to complement the 1e, but found a CMIT5u used for the same price so i thought i check Thanks
  2. Hey Everyone, It seems like forever since my last blog post but I've finally published the next installment! http://soundrelated.com/a-day-at-the-tibetan-opera/ Here you will find me recording Tibetan Opera in the mountains of McLeod Ganj, home of the Dalai Lama and exiled Tibetan government. As always the recordings are included in the post. I'll bet you haven't heard anything like this before! You may also notice the site has undergone a major facelift, so feel free to have a look around and let me know what you think. Enjoy!
  3. Hello everyone, I am really in need of your help. Does anyone own a Schoeps B1D windscreen and live locally in Los Angeles? I would like to test one of these on an MK41 in a podium speech setting to see how well it handles close plosives. Is anyone willing to let me test it either at my studio (in Los Feliz) or at yours? I'd happily treat you to a coffee afterwards if you'd like. Please let me know!! Any dealer near Los Angeles is fresh out of stock and I would have to order one to be able to test - but I'd like to test before I ordered... Thanks very much!!! Sincerely, Ryan
  4. Hey All, Just posted the next entry in my blog series, recounting my travels through Nepal and India making location recordings. This entry you'll find me in the holy Indian city of Varanasi, recording a family trio on sitar, tabla and violin. If you're into eastern music be sure to check this out. http://soundrelated.com/a-night-in-varanasi-with-dr-mishra/ Comments and feedback always welcome too. Enjoy! Jo
  5. Hello everyone. I am brand new to this forum, and I must say it's a wealth of information. One of my regular gigs is recording podium speeches outside. What I'm using on the podium is 2 MK41 capsules. The problem I'm running into is wind protection. Most of you would probably tell me to slap a windjammer on the capsules and call it a day. I wish it was that easy... It has to look good on camera, too. JW, any thoughts? Thanks! - Ryan
  6. Since there are occasionally very old (20+ years) Schoeps mics for sale (like here), I was wondering if anybody has experienced difference in the sound quality. Things like noise and high frequency behavior. One time I heard an older Schoeps hypercardiod and I had the idea it was a bit 'dull' sounding.
  7. Hey Everybody, It's been a while between posts but finally here is the latest instalment of my blog. http://soundrelated.com/the-rajasthan-desert-session-2/ Here you'll find me in the deserts of Rajasthan, India, recording some amazing Manganiyar musicians. As always the recordings are included (three this time) and there are some amazing photos to go with it. This was one of the best days of my life so hopefully I've captured some of the joy I experienced and can now share it with you. Enjoy! Jo
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