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JBii11/04/2014

L'avis de JBii"Indispensable"

Shure VP88
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Je travaille exclusivement en live et j'utilise le micro en Ambiance Batterie depuis six ans, pour tout type de musique. J'utilise un compresseur au besoin. C'est le micro le plus naturel que j'ai trouvé pour faire ça, couple de Schoeps exclu, bien entendu.
Il n'est pas trop brillant, et la plupart du temps, je l'utilise droit, éventuellement avec un coupe bas.
La directivité cardioide est variable, si bien qu'on peut prendre des kit batterie très large, au au contraire très serrés, sans être pollué par l'environnement autour.

Comme j'en ai deux, je l'ai également utilisé sur une cabine type "leslie", c'était parfait, une correspondance stupéfiante entre le son de l'instrument et sa reproduction.

Sur les festivals extérieurs, une bonnette adaptée m'a toujours suffit.
Phonotoff11/11/2008

L'avis de Phonotoff

Shure VP88
Micro Stéréo MS à condensateur pour fieldrecording et enregistrement musical.

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Je l'ai utilisé plusieurs années avec plaisir pour des productions radiophoniques et créations sonores.
+ : tout en un, dématriceur intégré (sortie stéréo large, medium, petite & MS matricé), possibilité de tenir à la main. Belle présence des voix pour le travail radiophonique. Très robute et solide.
- : assez gros, ressemble à une grenade de la première guerre, difficile de le protéger du vent
il possède un souffle de fond lors des enregistrements fins(nature, etc..). assez sensible aux champs élétro magnétiques.

c'est un des rares micros stéréo one point dans cette gamme de prix.
Maintenant je préfère un micro plus léger avec un rapport signal sur bruit plus important (mais plus cher....)
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stompboxjon14/02/2013

L'avis de stompboxjon (contenu en anglais)"My new field mic!"

Shure VP88
The VP88 is a slim designed microphone that is used for professional recordings. This is the microphone that I prefer to use for recording sound effects when I am out and about. I was able to capture some really good crowd noise and street noise with it like cars and traffic. It uses 2 condenser cartridges in the capsule to deliver a high quality stereo recording.

OVERALL OPINION

One of the cartridges forward and it has a cardioids pick up pattern and the other is a bi directional pattern and it is on the side of the microphone. Right on the front of the microphone there are different options to choose from to get the best possible stereo image separation that you may want to use. But I really don’t use that option that is on the microphone, you can always turn them off and just do your stereo imaging in your DAW later one. I generally like to do that part of the process when I get into Pro Tools because I feel like I have more control over the overall sound.
The VP88 has a built in pop screen and it works on phantom power. There is a low frequency roll off switch that comes in handy when working with a lot of ambient type of sounds and recordings. The built in shock mount works great with handling noise and vibration from the stand that I use it on.
This microphone has a very low noise and sounds amazing when I use it out in streets or where ever I may go to record sounds at. I have not used it for anything else yet, and with the way it sounds I think it will just be my field microphone only and have no other purpose. It captures an amazing live sound and the crowd noise that I captured with it is some of the best crowd noise that I have ever heard captured.
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moosers15/04/2010

L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)

Shure VP88
The Shure VP88 is a high quality stereo condenser microphone to be used in the recording studio. I wouldn't recommend using the mic in any other situation, as it isn't designed for use on the stage or anywhere else really. I can't even think of another application other than a studio one where you'd need a stereo mic. The VP88 has a slew of unique features on it in addition to the single point pick up pattern and the frequency response of 40 Hz to 20 kHz. It's got built in M/S encoding as well as a stereo width parameter that allows you to choose between three different points. It also has a high pass filter and is powered by either phantom power or a battery.

OVERALL OPINION

Being unique in make up, the Shure VP88 can be used for all sorts of different applications as it boasts a great deal of versatility. While a stereo microphone might not be the best mic for some applications, in the applications that it does work on, it works extremely well. I've used the VP88 for recording a few different things in a professional recording studio, including drum overheads. Unlike most stereo microphones, this isn't the best one for recording room sounds, as it does have a large enough pick up to get everything going on fully. While it can be used for this application, it isn't the main thing at all that I'd recommend doing with the VP88. Essentially, any time when you'd want a stereo signal coming from a signal place in a room, the VP88 will do some magic. It's like having a matched pair of high quality mics that you can easily set up for a stereo spread. As far as stereo microphones go, the Shure VP88 is priced extremely reasonably. I don't think you'll be finding too many stereo microphones that sound this good with as many unique features for this sort of price in the least. The price makes it accessible for larger home studio owners in addition to professionals, so I'd steer just about anyone looking for a stereo mic to the Shure VP88.