D Bass Dynamic Microphone. Description. The pop recording industry AKG Model D is a descendent of AKG’s earlier D12 Frequency response. Give your kick the sound it deserves with the AKG D MKII. Specially engineered diaphragm for excellent low-frequency response. The D MKII’s specially. 1 The D MKII cardioid dynamic mic can handle more than dB SPL without distortion. 20 Hz to 17 kHz (see frequency response trace).
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Absolutely free of distortion even at high sound pressure levels, very low diaphragm resonance, a relatively narrow-band rising high frequency response c112 4 kHz and an extremely robust construction are the outstanding features of the D mic. Built to handle SPL of up to dB without a problem, even low bass sounds are clean and powerful. Plus, mid and high frequency tailoring keep the instrument clearly distinguishable in the mix.
AKG D112 Professional Large Diaphragm Dynamic Bass Microphone
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Bizrate Circle of Excellence. If you mic drums in any capacity, this is the mic you need. Ive used it to mic bass cabs before, as well and its darn good.
All around the best kick mic in the world Must have for drum recording! I haven’t tested it for durabilty or anything, but I confided it a very high quality product. Not really any features, it does what it does and does it well, very punchy thick and fat kick sound especially for hard rock or metal, the perfect sound with very little post work needed if at all!
I gave 4 stars here becuase like all kick mics, you have to find the spot, you can’t just throw it in front of the drum and get it punchy or boomy you have to play with it.
Holy shxt is what me and my drummer friend said when we heard it back on the monitors. Well built, I have 2 at my club and own a third for my studio. Its a mic it doesnt feature much more than tone. As long as you know how to EQ a kick drum or floor tom, you should be good. I have used this mic for years. Only recently have I strayed away from my D to use my D Your general opinion of this product.
I hanvt droped it yet to find out if it can handle abuse yet I mainly use it for Kick drum I record bass guitar into the computer Id pay more if I had to. If you want the LArs from metallica bass sound from 1d12 “And justice for all” Record A lot of kick drum mics are getting hyped today In the end, with EQ’s and compressors after post psecs I just got with this cus its tried and true.
AKG D Professional Large Diaphragm Dynamic Bass Microphone
Not just for the kick drum. One time I just couldn’t get a good guitar sound with a sm57 even with a nice condenser backing it upso I stuck a d right akv front of speaker cone. It sounded like a 57 with balls. I don’t use on guitar every time I”m recording a band, but it’s a nice second option.
Slammin’ Bass Drum Sound. My speacialty is recording ROCK bands 30 years experience so you’ll have to take that into consideration for this comment section.
That said, I’ve used many microphones searching for that “elusive” solid bass drum sound.
I’ve also experimented with two or three microphones recorded at once for side-by-side comparisons stereo bass drum anyone? Sound is a subjective thing and everyone has some kind of opinion, but spefs my money and trouble I always reach for the AKG D first. It has a nice fat and solid sound with a distinctive “smack” when the beater hits the head.
It has attitude that prints well to a hard drive and it lets the bass drum cut through a wall-of-guitar sound so it can be heard in the mix. If you like ROCK then you’ll really like this microphone. And my second choice for recording the bass drum? Well, that’s another comment for another day.