Tascam TM-DRUMS Drum Microphone Kit INSTRUMENT MICS
SHIPS IN 3-21 DAYS
Tascam TM-DRUMS Drum Microphone Kit INSTRUMENT MICS
SHIPS IN 3-21 DAYS
Tascam TM-DRUMS Drum Microphone Kit INSTRUMENT MICS
SHIPS IN 3-21 DAYS
Tascam TM-DRUMS Drum Microphone Kit INSTRUMENT MICS
SHIPS IN 3-21 DAYS
Tascam TM-DRUMS Drum Microphone Kit INSTRUMENT MICS
SHIPS IN 3-21 DAYS

Tascam TM-DRUMS Drum Microphone Kit

TASCAM

  • $225.95

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TM-DRUMS is a set of four microphones tailored for getting a good drum sound with ease using a Tascam multi-track recorder or audio interface with DAW software. Especially designed for beginners who cannot afford separate mics for each and every part of the drum kit, this mic set meets the minimum requirements for multi-microphone recordings and can even be handled by people who are not yet so familiar with creating a good sounding mix with many sources.

TM-DRUMS comprises of one dynamic mic designed for the bass or kick drum, another dynamic mic designed for the snare, and two condenser mics that can be used for hi-hat, toms and cymbals. Each of the three mic types has its own special characteristics to enhance the instrument it was made for.

The TM-50DB’s frequency response delivers a thick bass thump with the right amount of punch, while the TM-50DS enhances the special character of the snare drum with attack and clarity. The TM-50C microphone can be used as an overhead microphone to capture the sound of your hi-hat and cymbals. As a condenser microphone, it handles high sound pressure levels and captures a wide frequency range. Since there are two of these in the set, you can also use that pair to easily create a stereo recording of the entire drum kit, supported by the two mics for kick and snare drum.

Capture great-sounding drums with a stereo setup (BD + SN + 2×OH)

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Creating a great-sounding drum sound is not hard to accomplish. With two overhead microphones and separate mics for the kick drum and snare drum, you'll get a wide stereo image with clear highs. Start with the overheads and try out different positions until you find that toms, cymbals and hi-hat build a balanced base sound. Then, add a thick kick drum and a well-defined snare drum to that base sound with their separate mics.


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