I had the old JM 47 and sold it when I got the TLM 103. However I noticed some of my vocals sounded better from the JM so I re-ordered the 47a. This is even better than the original. Smoother freq response and a great vintage midrange feel. It could not be described as a 'modern' mic because it isn't. It feels and looks solid and has a nice plastic case. But it suits my voice better than the neumann at times. The shockmount is rock solid too. With all these AT 2020 type mics ubiquitous on every site one wonders why this mic at such a good price is not up there. Maybe it's just the budget they throw at publicity. Anyway a great mic and also for just banging down ideas with minimum fuss as it needs minimum eq to get up and running.
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Disappearance of the Joe Meek JM47a?
No! The JM 47a convinces me, especially as a successful entry-level model. So I could also record an acoustic guitar very well at home recording with this microphone. At the same time, the recording had a uniform and coherent effect. And indeed; The warm sound is present and together with the recording signal provides a result with which one would like to continue to work (Es, compressor, etc.). The JM47a can not keep up with a Neumann microphone, but it does not have for the price. The processing is fine and I can not find anything bad on the JM 47a. That's why it gets from me 5 out of 5 stars!
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