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Old 8th February 2011, 03:01 PM   #1
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On the "Wired" website -- Josephson Microphones:
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Very interesting..
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Yes, very interesting.

Thanx for the link Jack.

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The Megamike, I think there are 6 NOS VF14's in there and 4 Lundahl? transformers. Interesting article, custom mic for Steve Albini wow? Check out Big Black on youtube, it rocks.
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