Heidi Joubert gives a bit of insight on how to mike up your cajon for live shows or in the studio. This is the first video to feature Heidi Joubert’s very own Brand called Cruz Cajon, available exclusively from CAJONBOX.COM

Many times when miking up the cajon, I have found the back mike to give a bit of a box like sound, and there’s a very simply solution for this…. simply put a small towel or shirt or foam inside the cajon (on the bottom on the cajon, careful not to touch the front plate unless thats what you want) and this will stop the hollow box like sound that comes from the back of almost any cajon.
Also it is very very common that a snare or string cajon will have some buzzing which can be heard more clearly once you are set up to record. Yet another simple solution is to have some tape close at hand, find out where the area is of the string/s or snare/s that buzzes, and tape that part down against the front plate. Sometimes tuning your cajon will not make the buzz go away, so you would need to learn how to find the buzzing spot and how to tape it down. Simply use your ears to find the spot that needs taping down and whala! There you have it! You are now ready to record!


  1. John eriksson

    Is it the soundtrack from the microphones we hear in the video?

  2. Berthold

    How good is the new mic from the Roland EC10M doing… (in comparison with other cajon microphones) ?
    greetings from Belgium 😉

  3. linda



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