The C-ducer Contact Microphone

The C-ducer is a contact condenser micro. It is light in weight so as to minimize interference with the vibration of the instrument to which it is attached, and it has a large dynamic range (dynamic capability of> 155dB) and can handle the amplitudes within a bass drum without distrortion. The frequency response of the transducer is an incredible 0.1Hz to MHz, although this is deliberately restricted within the preamplifier to minimize induced noise and interfenence.
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The C-ducer (Capacitive-trans-ducer) is a contact condenser microphone.

The C-ducer (Capacitive-trans-ducer) is a contact condenser microphone.

The C-ducer tape microphone is most widely used on the Piano with over fifteen thousand systems sold in the past 15 years. C-ducers are used in a wide variety of venues from studio applications to church pianos, cruise ship piano bars to jazz festivals. With both grand or upright two 8 inch (20cm) tapes are used..

The C-ducer tape microphone is most widely used on the Piano with over fifteen thousand systems sold in the past 15 years.

C-ducer tape microphones can be used on all types of drums there are a variety of ways to mount them depending on the desired sound. The main advantages of C-ducer on drums over conventional microphones are, excellent separation between drums, afull dynamic range, very low frequency responses for the bass drums, quick set up once the kit has been fitted with the tapes, no mic stands.

C-ducer tape microphones can be used on all types of drums

The C-ducer tape microphone has been used to mike acoustic guitars for more than 20 years, on both folk and classical instruments. A single 8 inch (20cm) tape is used on the Guitar..

The C-ducer tape microphone has been used to mike acoustic guitars for more than 20 years, on both folk and classical instruments. A single 8 inch tape is used on the Guitar.

A single 8 inch (20cm) C-ducer tape microphone is used on the Bass or Cello.

A single 8 inch C-ducer tape microphone is used on the Bass or Cello.

The banjo is miked using a 3 inch (8cm) C-ducer tape microphone.

The banjo is miked using a 3 inch C-ducer tape microphone.

A single 3 inch (8cm), C-ducer tape microphone is used on the Violin. The  C-ducer gives you a full acoustic sound which will sound with a high immunity to feedback. The tape is stuck over the sound post initially and then moved in small increments until the desired sound is produced..

A single 3 inch C-ducer tape microphone is used on the Violin

The C-ducer (Capacitive-trans-ducer) is a contact condenser microphone.

The C-ducer (Capacitive-trans-ducer) is a contact condenser microphone.


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