Friday, October 26, 2007

Ribbon Mics, and how things have changed

You might go back and read this article and decide about its validity yourself. I won't comment anymore except to say that the ribbon mic proponents and makers share a common interest in the acceptance of ribbon mics, so we may not want people to think they should shy away from them for technical reasons.

Here it is.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

so you are critical of wes dooly who is an expert in ribbon microphones to tell you he is wrong? Just be careful with those ribbons and they will last a long time but then there is Clarence Kane to fix them anyway. Some ribbons are used for horns and not much else.