The BM9 is equally at home in front of an orchestra or in front of a guitar cab… and everything in between. We have provided some sound clips below. Many of these have been recorded by our customers in their own studios.
“Nothing too technical, just stuck-up the mic in my untreated room and hit record. Small EQ, small FX, small compression and thats it” . Thanks to Dale Smith for sharing the clip with us.
By The Factories – Leeched
“First outing for my EXTINCT AUDIO BM9’S as room mics for drums, they dominate the drum sound and with some disgusting pumping they helped make the album feel as aggressive as the band wanted”, Joe Clayton – No Studio.
Joe Montague – Drum Groove
Joe Montague – Drum Grooves. Recorded by Neil Innes of ATA Records, using a BM9
A beautiful piano recording by Barkley McKay at Valley Wood Studios.
Vocals & Voice
Akin Amusan – You’re No Good. Vocals recorded using a BM9
Iwan Jenkins reads Shakespeare’s 29th Sonnet… through a BM9
Barkley McKay of Valley Wood Studios demos his Guild D4 NT & Martin 00 with a BM9
Chris Mulligan – Guitar Riffs. Recorded by Neil Innes of ATA Records, using a BM9
Matias Reed – Wedding Song (for Paloma & Miche). Recorded by Neil Innes of ATA Records, using a BM9
Badgers Of Honour – Liverpool (clip). Recorded using a BM9
Drums and guitars recorded by Extinct Audio
Gloucestershire Young Musician of the Year 2018, Lydia Kenny, accompanied by Damian Kenny Piano.
Recording with the BM9 – Youtube playlist
Gareth Wilkins – Harp Meditations. Recorded by Neil Innes of ATA Records, using a BM9
BM9 ribbon mics on test at Real World Studios
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