Posts Tagged ‘Skipper Wise’

Skipper Tip: Recording with Reactor

Friday, December 14th, 2012
Blue Microphones founder, Skipper Wise, gives some advice on how to light up your recordings using Reactor! Whether you are recording electric guitar, drums, bass or more, be sure to experiment with these techniques, the results could surprise you… Electric Guitar For a crunchy, distorted-rhythm sound with a punchy bottom end, turn the Reactor’s capsule [...]

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Skipper Tip: Avoid Signal Loss with enCORE 200

Friday, June 24th, 2011
Worried about signal loss with your live mic on long cable runs? Not an issue with enCORE 200. The enCORE 200 can be thought of as your own personal security guard to protect you from inconsistent sound. The unique circuitry in this phantom powered dynamic live microphone stabilizes the tone and avoids any signal loss [...]

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Skipper's Tip: Capture bass frequencies with the enCORE 200

Thursday, August 26th, 2010
Did you know? The enCORE 200 is incredible in handling loud bass frequencies that could muddy up a live performance. Its ability to handle loud SPL (sound pressure level) makes it the perfect mic for kick drums, tom toms and bass amplifiers. Tips for great bass sound: Don’t forget to put on the phantom power, [...]

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Skipper's Tip: Why Blue’s new Drum Kit Kit is the only way to get big drum sounds

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
The Blue Pro Drum Kit Kit is a microphone kit including two of Blue’s Dragonfly microphones and a Mouse microphone, strategically composed for professional drum recording. Inspired by the legendary three-mic technique for recording drums made famous by bands like The Who, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and professional engineers, the Pro Drum Kit Kit [...]

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