May 14, 2004 12:00 PM


Education Guide

Mix is gearing up to present its longstanding annual Audio Education Guide in its November 2014 issue. Want to have your school listed in the directory, or do you need to update your current directory listing? Add an image, program description, or a logo to your listing! Get your school in the Mix Education Guide 2014.

July 2005—A unidirectional dynamic microphone, the CM68 ($199) from Carvin ( features a slight presence rise in the mid-frequency range for increased intelligibility. A built-in foam windscreen increases rejection of breath and wind noise, and the cardioid polar pattern yields excellent off-axis performance and feedback control. Frequency response is 45 to 15k Hz.

June 2001—Carvin's CM67 cardioid pattern microphone is designed for both instrument and vocal miking, with a frequency response of 40 to 15k Hz and a slight presence rise. The mic has a list price of $199 but is sold direct through Carvin for only $89, including a 20-foot XLR cable.

February 2001—The CM98ST from Carvin is a studio condenser mic featuring a vacuum tube preamp and dual 1-inch, gold-sputtered, 5-micron diaphragms in a special shockmounted capsule, all enclosed in a solid, machined casing. The CM98ST's dual-diaphragm, multipattern design offers nine different settings from omnidirectional to hypercardioid, and an integrated 10dB pad allows for distortion-free reproduction of extremely loud signals. A low-cut switch reduces unnecessary low frequencies, and the included external shock-mount suspension minimizes vibration and handling noise. The included 48V phantom power supply assures constant voltage and current through a special gold-plated, 7-pin cable. Shipped in an aluminum flight case with interior foam padding, a 30-foot, 7-pin cable and a soft carrying pouch for the mic, the CM98ST is priced at $699.99.

October 2000—A multipurpose large-diaphragm studio condenser microphone. Gold-sputtered 6-micron element. FET electronics. Max SPL: 145 dB. 48V power supply. cable and aluminum flight case included. Frequency response: 30-20k Hz. Dynamic range: 133 dB. Low cut and pad switches. Shockmount included. Dimensions: 7.5x2.75-inches. Output impedance: 200 ohms.

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