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Main Forums => Recording, Pickups, Live Sound, etc. => Topic started by: Dustinfurlow on October 17, 2017, 12:31:12 AM



Title: K&K Trinity VS Studio Mic (demo)
Post by: Dustinfurlow on October 17, 2017, 12:31:12 AM
Let me know your thoughts! There aren't a ton of decent A/B videos floating around that give an idea of the Trinity post-EQ so here it is!

https://youtu.be/-vk2pS2TK1g


Title: Re: K&K Trinity VS Studio Mic (demo)
Post by: tulk1 on October 17, 2017, 12:48:12 AM
My first thought was the K&K Trinity had to better, if just so the mike doesn't slowly fall away! .......  :wave

The mic clip sounded incredible! The internal system would have sounded just as wonderful, had you not posted the mic clip (first?). There's a huge difference in overall overtones, nuances, etc with the mic. But honestly, I could live with the KK Trinity. It did sound good. Just for reference, I played the vid thru my studio set up, well, what's left of it - the mixer and the speakers, so I cold get the full effect. Nice vid.


Title: Re: K&K Trinity VS Studio Mic (demo)
Post by: George on October 17, 2017, 01:44:03 AM
Dustin, I know that so many of your youtube videos that were only miked all sounded incredible and that holds true for your studio recordings as well.  I also know for your live performances you need more versatility than can be possible in a controlled recording environment.  So I say Both, use the mic setup for recording and use the K&K/Trinity and/or add a blended mag pickup arrangement for your live gigs.  Win win Dude!