FS: Rode Procaster pack, Osprey Backpacks

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  1. thegunner100

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    Prices include shipping and paypal fees. Will probably add some more outdoors gear soon.

    Rode Procaster + PSM1 Shock Mount + WS2 Windscreen - $200

    Purchased in January and only used for about 2 weeks. Comes with original boxes & accessories. Reduced in price from previous posting.

    Osprey Talon 22, Spring Green, Size S/M - $60
    Used for about 2.5 years, and has some scuffs here and there but no tears. Will wash before shipping.

    Osprey Atmos AG 65 x2, Abyss Grey & Rigby Red, Size S - $180 each
    The Abyss Grey has been worn indoors for testing, but the Rigby Red is unused. You pay what I paid, plus a little bit extra to cover shipping/PP fees. If these don't sell by the weekend, I will simply just return them.

    Osprey Kestrel 48, Rogue Red, Size S/M - $130
    Unused, same situation as the Atmos AG 65s.
     
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    fraggler A Happy & Busy Life

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    Thumbs up for Osprey. I have half a dozen bags from them in various sizes including a suitcase that has probably 100K miles on it.
     
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    What interface were you using with the procaster? And did you move to a different mic? Always curious!
     
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    thegunner100 Hentai Master Chief

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    Can't beat Osprey in terms of durability and lifetime warranty!

    I was using a Motu M4, which worked really well with it. I ended up trying several mics: Electro Voice RE-20, Earthworks Icon Pro and Shure SM7B. The RE-20 just didn't work for my voice and room. I sounded too thin without any the minimal proximity effect. The Icon Pro was incredibly clear sounding but I felt like it could be a little bit fatiguing over a long period of time.

    I tried out the SM7B a few years ago and didn't like how it sounded but this time it worked out well with the Motu M4 along with better knowledge of EQ and VSTs. I use it with the bass roll-off and presence boost switches engaged, and without the foam cover. Its easy to hear why it has been one of the gold standards (along with the RE-20) and why it is so popular nowdays. It just works for most voices and doesn't need much mic technique to sound decent.

    The Motu M2/M4 needs to be cranked to max gain for the SM7B but it is the best all-in-one solution at its price point. You would need to spend much more to get adequate clean gain for the SM7B.
     
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