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Old 01-09-2007, 07:48 AM
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Default looking for a Piano-Bar for a grand piano

I know this is not ProTools related topic....but....a few months ago I ran across an advertisment in either MIX magazine, EQ, or some other recording industry magazine, that was advertising a shockmount mic-stand bar that was designed to be mounted horizontally (layed across the hammers) inside a grand piano. This 'bar' allowed you to attach mic clips that could be positioned any where along the bar. I think the mic stand was called the "Piano Bar".

Does anyone know anything about this product, what is it really called, how much it is , and where can I purchase one????

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