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Tuesday, November 16, 2010 - 11:11 AM

Meinl Cymbal Reviews With Spectral Analysis

byzance jazz 18 medium thin crash: the spectrum shows a slow rise between 400 Hz and 7 kHz, followed by a decline to 55 kHz.
byzance jazz 18 medium thin crash: the peak occurs at 0.14 seconds, with a slow decay (long sustain).

i got an email from john e. johnson recently, drummer and editor-in-chief of secrets of home theater and high fidelity. he has been reviewing cymbals by measuring their frequency spectrum using laboratory-grade microphones calibrated to plus or minus 0.5dB, 20 Hz - 30 kHz. various of our cymbals have been and will be reviewed by him, and here are the first three of a total of ten results.

> mb20 22" heavy bell ride
> byzance jazz 18" medium thin crash
> byzance brilliant 19" medium thin crash

i find this very interesting, especially the graphical analyses. check'em out and stay tuned since more meinl reviews will be coming up.

there's also a thread on drummerworld.com about this.

- norbert

Norbert Saemann

Norbert Saemann

With Meinl since 1990. International A&R, Event Management and Marketing

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