The U47 really was a revolutionary product and it established a benchmark standard for microphone performance and specifications that a surprising number of modern mics still fail to equal even today!Following the Second World War (and up until about 1958), Telefunken distributed Neumann's outside West Germany, placing their own logo on the body instead of the Neumann badge (leading to Frank Sinatra's famous insistence on using a 'Telly 47'). There are custom modified U47s around with EF86, GE 6072, or Telefunken AC701 and EF14 valves installed too (all with appropriately modified circuitry and power supplies, of course).The original M7 capsule (with its thick and heavy gold‑sputtered PVC diaphragm) was superseded in the mid 1960s by the K47/K49 capsule, which used a thinner, lighter and far more stable polyester/gold diaphragm), and by the U47P variant with the M48 capsule, which used an aluminium diaphragm. The output transformer design also changed over the years, later models having a smaller transformer that gave a slightly curtailed bass response and a different overload characteristic.All of these small revisions changed the sound character of the microphone to some extent, of course (the capsule changes mainly affecting the high-end character and the valve and transformer changes affecting the low end, predominantly). Alctron u 16k mkii with auto tuner. However, this was more than just a convenient distribution arrangement, since it allowed Neumann to avoid paying royalties to Telefunken over patents that company held in vacuum tube technology (the VF14 valve used in the original U47s was a Telefunken design).The U47 was a prominent studio workhorse microphone throughout the 1950s and 1960s, and is still popular today, but it went through a number of significant revisions right up until production ceased in 1965. For example, the original Telefunken VF14 pentode valve (which was operated as a triode) became unavailable by the early 1960s and was replaced with the 13CW4 Nuvistor valve.
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Mar 11, 2020 Traktor Pro 3 features as standard the TRAKTOR SCRATCH function for DVS enthusiasts. Scratch DJs can now use our vinyl timecode records with whatever sound card they like to connect the turntable or CD player to your sound card and start playing.
- TRAKTOR AUDIO 6 SOUNDCARD. The TRAKTOR AUDIO 6 forms the heart of your DVS setup – with two stereo inputs to connect your turntables, and two stereo outputs if you want to route each TRAKTOR deck to a mixer. There’s also a main stereo output if you’re mixing everything within TRAKTOR, and a main stereo input you can use for anything you like.
- Jan 20, 2012 In part 1 of the series, Endo walks us through Traktor audio setup and timecode configuration, revealing all the nuts and bolts and showing you how to make Traktor work the way you want it. The following summary is a exert taken from Endo’s previous mega-post Traktor Pro Preferences Guide – Troubleshooting + Setup Tips by Dubspot’s DJ Endo.
- TRAKTOR PRO 3 Timecode Setup Guide Make sure TRAKTOR PRO 3 is installed and activated on your computer. Make sure that the correct driver for your audio interface is properly installed. Make sure that your audio interface is connected to the computer and receives enough power.
- Everything you need to kick off your DVS setup
- Spin timecode vinyl, and mix your tracks in TRAKTOR or on an external mixer
- Includes TRAKTOR AUDIO 6 soundcard, timecode vinyl and CDs, and TRAKTOR PRO 3
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