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MIC IRs??

Postby _ben » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:46 pm

I would like to know if someone has made microphone IRs? :?:
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Re: MIC IRs??

Postby lordnielson » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:50 pm

How would you defeat the room in which the mic is being captured ?
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Re: MIC IRs??

Postby Henry Olonga » Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:25 am

I am interested in this but not sure if it will work as desired as what is needed is to remove the frequency response of the mic used to record the track and then adding the colour of the sampled mic. May work to give a sound however but using a sample of a U47 won't make it sound like you recorded with one unless your mic was flat.
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Re: MIC IRs??

Postby _ben » Fri Sep 10, 2010 11:40 am

lordnielson wrote:How would you defeat the room in which the mic is being captured ?

Try to make an anechoic chamber with foam around your system.
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Re: MIC IRs??

Postby _ben » Fri Sep 10, 2010 11:42 am

h-man wrote:I am interested in this but not sure if it will work as desired as what is needed is to remove the frequency response of the mic used to record the track and then adding the colour of the sampled mic. May work to give a sound however but using a sample of a U47 won't make it sound like you recorded with one unless your mic was flat.

Mic are of course useful for many applications but not all.
For example after cab IRs if they are flat but you can use them as filters for what you want.
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