PGA and PG Series Drum Kit Details and Drum Microphone Technique

PGA and PG Series Drum Kit Details and Drum Microphone Technique

Date Updated: September 15, 2017 FAQ #2883
Question:
Please outline:1. various mic techniques for a drum kit using your mic packages2. the DIFFERENCES between the drum mic packages
Answer:


Drum mic techniques are described here:
Microphone Techniques for Drums
PGADRUMKIT5: kit for beginner/amateur use. Includes PGA52 kick drum mic, three PGA56 snare/tom/high hat mics; one PGA57 snare/tom/high hat mic; three AP56DM mounts for use with the PGA56; one A25D stand adapter for use with the PGA57; five XLR to XLR mic cables; carrying case.
PGADRUMKIT7: kit for beginner/amateur use. Includes PGA52 kick drum mic, three PGA56 snare/tom/high hat mics; one PGA57 snare/tom/high hat mic; two PGA81 overhead/cymbal mics; three AP56DM mounts for use with the PGA56; three A25D stand adapter for use with the PGA57/PGA81; seven XLR to XLR mic cables; carrying case.
DM57-52: kit for professional use. Includes Beta52 kick drum mic, three SM57 snare/tom/high hat mics; three A56D mounts for use with the SM57; carrying case.
PGDMK4-XLR (Discontinued): kit for beginner/amateur use. Includes PG52 kick drum mic, three PG56 snare/tom/high hat mics; three A50D mounts for use with the PG56; four XLR to XLR mic cables; carrying case.
PGDMK6-XLR (Discontinued): kit for beginner/amateur use. Includes PG52 kick drum mic, three PG56 snare/tom/high hat mics; two PG81 overhead/cymbal mics; three A50D mounts for use with the PG56; six XLR to XLR mic cables; carrying case.