Sennheiser 421 (5) Warm … Beyerdynamic M201. I'm thinking that the AT2020s would be more versatile, as I could record other instruments with them. F10 (three) - Snare, Toms, Congas, Timbale, Guitar Cabs The F10 is a cardioid dynamic microphone tuned to capture the resonant frequencies of percussive instruments requiring low mid-bass to upper-bass reproduction. I'm thinking about either the Audio Technica AT2020s or the Audix F15s. Blue Baby Bottle. MXL 4000. MXL 603S. So I did some digging and stumbled across the now-discontinued Audix Fusion6 set, which came with 1x F12, 3x F10, and 2x F15. Heil PR20. The Audix Fusion Series 6-Piece Drum Mic Pack gives you mics that are at home on the road or in the studio. For the money pretty tough to beat. A church for whom I used to work had purchased the Audix F series as part of a "system" package, and the only ones I found usable were the condensers, which were used in the auditorium as "house" mics for the IEM system. (2) Audix I5 and a bunch of Audix drum mics including D6, F15, and F10, F14, F12.Enough to mic up a rather large drum kit. Audix f10. F10 and F12 were pretty dead/"lifeless". Audix D6. Neumann TLM 103. Audix Fusion vs Audix DP vs Shure mics Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by ... Little bass experiment where I ended up using think it was the F10 (whatever the lowest frequency one is) with one of the condensers - but I check out the others (F12 or 15 whatever). There, I noticed that the case design of the F10 is nearly identical to the PRA-228A. Rode NT5 (3) Royer 121. Audix f12 (3) Audix f15. I've used the F15s before and found them to be decent, but I'm wondering if the AT2020s (which I've never used) would sound a little bit better. Today's Musicians Friend SDOTD was for an Audix F15, which looks shockingly similar to the 268AH. SE Electronics Voodoo VR1 (2) Shure SM57 (3) Shure Beta 57. (2) Borrowed Neumann U87s (drool) (2) AKG C1000s (2) AKG 451 Someone once said to get good mics and your skill and ear would catch up. Shure SM58 (2) Shure Beta 91a . We fairly quickly went back to 57s on the kit. Blue Hummingbird (2) Groove Tubes GT55. Learn more The F10 has a frequency range of 50 Hz - 12 kHz and the ability to handle sound pressure levels in excess of 135 dB. Built to withstand the rigors of live stage applications, with the sound quality required for successful use in the studio. Microphone Shootout, Drums, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Audix, SE, Neumann, Senn, AT When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Neumann KM 184 (2) Neumann KMS 105. Oktava MK-012. From concept to completion, our on-site research and development team combined with an in-house manufacturing facility, enable us to proudly provide products designed at our Wilsonville, Oregon headquarters. Sennheiser 906. I agree. Audix is determined to push the limits of technology.