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www.bartlettmics.com
Playing Since: 1963
Experience Level: Expert/Professional

brubart has made 1 recent addition to Banjo Hangout 

Interests:
[Helping]

Occupation: recording engineer, musician, microphone engineer

Gender: Male
Age: 69

My Instruments:
Upright bass, acoustic guitar, drums, electric bass, keyboards

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Uncle Earl, Freight Hoppers, Horseflies, Red Clay Ramblers, Red State Ramblers, Gravel Creek, Abby Washburn

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Created 4/7/2010
Last Visit 1/22/2018

I play upright bass in an old-time string band called the Barn Owls. My wife is an avid banjo nut. I have 30 years of experience recording bluegrass and old-time groups, and I've been a microphone engineer for Shure and Crown for 26 years. In 2009 I started my own microphone company, www.bartlettmics.com. I hope I can offer some helpful advice from an engineer/musician point of view on recording techniques, and on miking the banjo and other acoustic instruments.

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