Milab BDM-01 stortromme mikrofon
blev præsenteret på 2009 Prolight + sound fair i Frankfurt og modtog meget opmærksomhed.
[…] this is a really beautiful-sounding microphone. It has a very natural quality to it, a sort of effortless balance that delivers very much what you expect having heard the drum in the room. […] for kick drum it’s a fantastic microphone.
There’s something beautiful in the character of this capsule and I think a combination of VM44’s and a BDM01 would deliver one of those wonderful recordings that’s ‘invisible’ but not sterile.
This is a microphone that’s been designed to a sonic ideal rather than to a budget. It has been designed by ear, not by numbers. It has been designed for the task at hand. It is not cheap, yet neither is it ostentatious. It is the master, not the apprentice.
Summary: A beautiful-sounding, hand-made microphone of a quality that matches its price.
In a nutshell, as far as bass drums were concerned, the BDM-01 managed to deliver in spades with every scenario I threw at it.
Dedicated bass drum mics are relatively commonplace nowadays, but there’s nothing common about the BDM-01. Refined and detailed sounding, this newest addition to the Milab range is an impressive addition to the Swedish stable.
I’m always looking to get a full and true sound for my drums. That means plenty of attack while retaining the warmth and tone. The VM-44s deliver the true sound of my instrument. And the BMD-01 gives my kick drum the low end punsch without sacrificing power and attack. The perfect combination.
Drummer (Santana, Brecker Brothers, Wayne Shorter, Joe Zawinul etc.)
Drummer (Weather Report, Sting, David Bowie, Madonna, Michael Jackson etc.)