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Post by asmara » Thu Jun 02, 2011 10:37 am

Hey, my first post in a long long time... after a short break from the world of audio i am getting back into it again. So basically I wanted to see if there are any places in the cities that do rentals for microhphones, preamps, compressor. i need for about 2 weeks in early August. I am recording in a home setting and also at a rehearsal space called the profile center. If there are any private TapeOpers that want to swap time or services some way that can fullfill this need maybe we can work something out. I have a connection in the dental office and also am a photographer. Really hoping for 4 channels of API preamp and some basic mics such at AT4040, BlueMouse.


Otherwise I will have to resort to buying used and reselling once the recordings are done a hope I break even on it.

Thanks.

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Post by kayagum » Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:26 pm

Google search turned up this: http://www.themiclocker.net/
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Post by apropos of nothing » Sat Jun 04, 2011 6:44 am

Granted that I haven't lived in Mupples in ten years, I remember Metro Sound and Lighting as being the default go-to for that.

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Post by asmara » Tue Jun 07, 2011 3:13 pm

"Mupples"? That's a new one for me. Thanks for "The Mic Locker" That seems like a great resource. Not so much high-end options but some good utility choices. Thanks. Anyone know if Paul Henry is still around? I see references to his site but nothing that appears active. I used to buy from him at GC Edina quite a bit back in the ADAT days!

Thanks.

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