If you want more bite in the highs but don’t want to multi-mic (particularly on live stages where blending microphones can create phase-related problems), the R-10 takes EQ beautifully and we suggest experimenting with your favorite EQ unit or plugin. Your Browser does not support the new HTML5 Audio-Tag, sorry! With it’s flat frequency response, well balanced sound field as well as it’s compact size and mounting configuration, the R-10 is a great fit in any studio or live application. %PDF-1.3 �� C �� �� ? The R-10’s built-in windscreen provides superior protection from air blasts and plosives. 630 Some great vocal performances were recorded on highly EQ’d ribbon mics (Sixpence None the Richer “There She Goes Again” and “Kiss Me” for example). %��������� ���~��7��HuE�tQ���v~�����P\��Bw�{��3�䖭'�Uۣ�јv��h���p#�㾝�g�k���w;�9ŋ�DtN��ţ�c��P1����B>�m�›y-��rNJP��S�g?�tڋqE��u��������91���l $��q��kf� 2[;6��=�f���$�;�~ځ�z��Ve�9u���D����!������[email protected])�Ր��t ]W��u��Η���I��Ơ���/��#�Ї�f!q����P�d ;C��Ҧ You’ll never overload an R-10! Brass records naturally on an R-10, as bright as the musician plays but without the added sizzle or harshness commonly experienced when condenser mics are used on brass instruments. << /Length 12 0 R /Type /XObject /Subtype /Image /Width 345 /Height 1015 /Interpolate 1v/pa). For audio examples of EQ’d vocals, visit our Audio/Video Library. Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of a Royer Labs Model R-10 ribbon microphone. The R-10 is ... Royer’s patented offset-ribbon technology and a custom-designed matching transformer, the R-10 is able to handle … endobj /Cs2 9 0 R >> /Font << /TT2 10 0 R /TT1 8 0 R >> /XObject << /Im1 11 0 R >> Drums are full-bodied with realistic (not over-hyped) transients response, and the R-10’s figure-8 pattern conveys superb ambience and depth when used for room miking applications. The R-10 features a flat frequency response and a well-balanced sound-field and can handle SPLs up to 160dB at 1kHz. Try experimenting with cutting bass at 100 Hz and opening up 12K by 3 to 6 dB (or more!). Hi all, ... Not only in the Frequency Response graphs but in real life and even in the demos, the R-121 has more top end than the R-10. For more information on the R-series transducer design, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-KaSiYYcDU. 4 0 obj << /Type /Page /Parent 3 0 R /Resources 6 0 R /Contents 4 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 612 792] The R-10 is excellent on brass and can handle close-miked trumpets, trombones, and other brass instruments. %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz��������������������������������������������������������������������������� :߷��\��u8�p?��r}M?j��~�-��+?��+l�eƧj�զA�k5�"�d�T�����O��V��&��]ZBN1׿�G�>����������gh��� }Uw��� '�?6�rFq�� ���� Z���5xQI>�w�r~��?��s��G������8|#��x�������������?��� �_^�Ͼ�&���^d u^;c�8�p>�Z��S�� ���c�M�����q��ӿ_Z�Vk�J�S��~�43�Y���� << /Length 5 0 R /Filter /FlateDecode >> It has a frequency response of 30 Hz–15 kHz ±3 dB and a sensitivity of -54 dBv (re. The R-10 utilizes a David Royer custom-designed transformer for high overload threshold, minimizing saturation at even extremely high sound pressure levels. Vocals record warm and naturally on an R-10, and the EQ-friendliness of the R-10 allows for dialing in completely different sounds with liberal use of EQ. The Royer Labs R-10 is a passive ribbon microphone that can handle pressure levels up to 160 dB. “Airing out” the recorded track by opening up a bit of 12K with an EQ often gives surprisingly good results. {�#�'� Z��3�[��e�������+���D"Eq e���L��4���꫹�E� �+8� ��O�2������>+����5��&��2��8#!W��RN+"�E҄���(�x�s׎1Mba<2�~���oic�71��W"���Vc�?i$� ��?�U~ͣ�a�#�ݰ3��eK����A8#�v�������]w?��>.|+�!m�I�9n�n�9� ǫ���_��k-J�`zl���j��`;��rp��Y�To'�I�#=F}�T�y �K��. The R-10’s compact size and mounting system allow for flexible, unobtrusive positioning. If you hear something different in a comparison, I'd look to microphone placement. endobj The R-10’s 2.5-micron aluminum ribbon element is formed with our patented direct-corrugation process and is protected by a 3-layer windscreen system and internally shock-mounted ribbon transducer. 11 0 obj The R-10’s patented offset-ribbon design positions the ribbon element toward the front of the transducer, which allows for high SPL handling on the front (logo) side and the option of a brighter response when recording lower SPL sound sources like acoustic guitar, ukulele and vocals on the backside (3 feet or closer; phase reversed position).