I'm leaning towards the 4050 because of its versatility and it seems like everybody has one in their mic locker. I'm going to be using it mainly for just recording male vocals (a little deeper than elliott smith vocals), acoustic guitar and harmonica. Also, the ability to switch patterns provides a lot more versatility compared to the 4047. If this is your first visit, be sure to The 4047 is the FET one. the 4050 does very well at everything, not awesome, not bad. If you need an Audio Technica mic (for whatever reason), get a AT4047. I've got a couple of 4050's that I can't seem to give away. Regular readers may remember that we took a look at Audio‑Technica's AT4050 ST stereo condenser mic in the last issue of SOS, and this month I'm completing my look at the company's new AT4000‑series mics by putting the AT4047 MP through its … It's good to learn what the typical changes are in your mics so that you can use them when the situation calls for it. The AT4050 is only U How is the AT4047 different than the AT4050? Joined: By up-fiddler in forum Recording Techniques, By mjau in forum Free Ads for Music/Recording Equipment, Recording with tablets & smartphones (iOS & Android). Three different mics - all be would be a great addition to any mic locker. (0 members and 1 guests). check out the. Audio-Technica have added multiple polar patterns to one of their already successful designs, bringing increased versatility in the studio. The 4050 is a multipattern. How is the AT4047 different than the AT4050? check out the. In most mics, switching to omni will reduce the amount of proximity effect which allows you to use more of the mics true tone while still staying tight to the mic. (0 members and 1 guests), Was a high wall there that tried to stop me, I'm not sure why you would need a multipattern mic for your voice. Which one is right for your voice? Often times mics will exhibit at least a slightly different response from the same location when switched into a different pattern. If this is your first visit, be sure to The only way to find out is to demo each. Basically, it makes it a whole different mic whne used like this. [URL=http://www.krististrauss.com]www.krististrauss.com[/URL], By up-fiddler in forum Recording Techniques, By mjau in forum Free Ads for Music/Recording Equipment, can't come to a decision: at4047 or at4050, http://www.audio-technica.com/cms//9...418/index.html, Recording with tablets & smartphones (iOS & Android). Nice on a kick drum, too. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Especially for vocals. The 4060 is a tube version. Using an omni pattern for vocals can be really nice. Seamus Mumbles, May 20, 2005 #6. jonyoung Well-Known Member. Hi, All- I'm hoping to get some feedback from folks about their experience with these two mics and how they compare to each other. Well let's see, we have the 4047, which I think is a FET version. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. I you own a mic that does muliple patterns, you should try them sometime. The 4060's tube COULD be great on your voice.

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