Spectre Sound recording with the DTP Beat Kit Pro 7 drum microphones by LEWITT [Photo: ©GearGods]

The DTP Beat Kit Pro 7 in Action

Spectre Sound vs. Geargods

In this blog post, you can find the latest DTP Beat Kit Pro 7 demos, unboxings and reviews. Let's start with Glenn Fricker of Spectre Media who did a killer DTP Beat Kit Pro 7 demo with Cameron Fleury Drummer nailing it on the drums!

Alex Nasla from Gear Gods organized a mindblowing metal drum demo with drummer Tom Tierney and concludes:

"My final thoughts on the Lewitt DTP Beat Kit Pro 7 are pretty short and simple – they’re great! If you are looking for a full set of mics for your drum recordings, these are probably it. I have tried other kits in the past, in fact, before using the Beat Kit Pro 7 I was using the very popular drum mic kit by Audix, and the Lewitt far and way are all better mics for serious studio recording. You just can’t go wrong with these." 

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