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Re: Perfecting the sound for the vocalist on stage in a Classic Rock band
      25/01/12 09:03 PM
The very best vocal mic I've found for rejecting monitor feedback is the Audix OM7 and I have over 10 different stage vocal mics in the collection. It is better by a large margin and that includes over a Beta58. Quite remarkable. It also sounds fine with good 'cut' if that's what you require.

However, you have to work it close, right on the grill.

Bob

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