Although it’s probably obvious, I should point out that Wilkinson’s KM184 clip works with any other mics with 22mm-diameter bodies, including the Oktava MK-012, MXL 604 and AKG Perception 150. First Look: Pro Tools | Carbon. (This mounting configuration is also known as the ‘Clayman technique’ after the album, rather than the studio!) The Fredman clip, designed to hold two SM57s at different angles in relation to a guitar cab. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Unfortunately, the Rycotes cannot be employed with the two mics clipped together, and I’m not aware of any other shockmount design currently available that would be effective in this application. The Fredman/Clayman guitar-amp recording technique requires one mic to be positioned very close, square-on, and central to a guitar amp’s speaker cone, while the other is held as close as possible and at 45 degrees shooting across the straight-on mic. Not the right Fredman angle. On the software side are signal-processing plug-ins, virtual instruments, and drum and guitar-amp samples, while the hardware side currently comprises an interesting collection of specialist mic-mounting accessories. The contents of this article are subject to worldwide copyright protection and reproduction in whole or part, whether mechanical or electronic, is expressly forbidden without the prior written consent of the Publishers. I expect similar ‘visual aids’ could be found with other mics, too, such as referencing the optimum position against a body fixing screw or model number. However, as the one stand adaptor is now carrying double the weight, it does need to be in good condition and with a tight hinge, otherwise the whole array droops! Holds the mics firmly. Does it job though if you’re interested in a dual 57 miking. That means you can't put this on a mic stand. Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews. Unable to add item to List. Holds two SM57 microphones together at 45 degrees, Black in colour (no longer available in white), Previous page of related Sponsored Products. One important, inherent limitation is that it becomes rather difficult to employ effective shockmounts. Q. Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020. Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2020. As with the X-Y mount, only one of the two mics actually needs be attached (via its own stand adaptor) to a mic stand. Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2020. The device catches on the first seam of the mic and stops dead. Fully Adjustable Studio Quality. I can't imagine Wilkinson Audio would bother to print their name on this ugly thing. A clip to align an SM57 with a small-diaphragm condenser, in this case a Neumann KM184. This makes for a neater and quicker set up, with much less ironmongery at the top of the stand for neater sight-lines. The first is the expectation of the mic’s normal stand adaptor to carry the weight of two mics without drooping — something with which I encountered problems — and the second is the difficulty in using these clips with shockmounts. The price is absurdly high for what you get but it does what it's supposed to, Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2020. They feel robust, too. Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2020, Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2020. Again, the two mics are offset slightly in the vertical plane to allow the XLR connectors to be plugged in. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. That really would be neat, elegant, and considerably more practical. All rights reserved. https://www.amazon.com/Wilkinson-Audio-Fredman-SM57-Clip/dp/B0837931Z1 This mount is a bit like a larger version of one of the previously described stereo mounts, and positions a pair of SM57 microphones with a mutual angle of 45 degrees facing towards each other. I really want to like it, but after cutting myself on it and after numerous mic holders have proven useless with this device, I have to give up on it. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Mastering Essentials Part 3 - How loud should I master? All bar one of these Wilkinson Mic Clips are designed to support two mics in a precise physical relationship to each other. Once installed, they’re held very securely, and a traditional ‘stereo bar’ is no longer required — only one mic needs to be attached to a mic stand. What is a "hybrid" audio interface anyway? They all do exactly what his web site claims, they’re very cost-effective and accurately sized, and they hold the mics very securely. Please try again. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. There are two areas, though, where I feel these clips are sub-optimal and which may be sufficiently frustrating to dissuade their use. I’m told this technique has become quite popular in heavy-metal circles, and this clip makes it extremely quick and easy to set up, using a single mic stand. No slippage at all. Fredman Bass Plugin €20.00 Introducing a DI-unlimited-range sample based VST/AU bass plugin!This is a plugin version of our Stringer Bass instrument for Kontakt.Recorded exclusively at Studio Fredman using a …