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  • #65156
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    Goats
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    Does anyone have a mic preset for the akg d12vr

    #65157
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    Dick Rees
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    It depends. Here’s the frequency response chart. This essentially shows a “factory preset”. If you’re referring to a preset including gate/comp, those parameters are situational and you’d want to have a half-dozen or so.

    My recommendation would be to make your own, save the ones that work and put them in your user library.

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    #65161
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    Goats
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    Thanks for reply

    #65163
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    DoctorG
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    A mic preset may correct for the basic response curve of the mic, but it does not take into account the “anomalies” introduced by the application. As Dick says, it is best to make your own, which will take into account factors such as the degree to which proximity effect occurs, the frequency response of the source (vocalist or instrument), and the acoustics of the environment – room and speakers. All of these interact in a way that dictates what adjustments need to be made to the mic signal.

    You will need a different preset for each different application where the mic is used.

    #65167
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    Dick Rees
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    It’s a kick mic.

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