A faithfully replication of the renowned vintage U67 microphone. It comes with original circuit, meticulously handmade capsule and a Philips SQ Holland Special Quality Gold Pins NOS 1969 tube inside. It capsules every syllable of your singing.
The crisp, full-bodied, and naturally open character of the C 414 B-ULS makes it a preferred choice for critical recording or reinforcement of vocals, piano, percussion, and other instruments with delicate transient content.
The Royer R-121 ribbon microphone hears things the way your ears hear them. If you’ve ever heard that incredible guitar, melodic trumpet, sweet flute, deep kick drum and found that getting that sound to tape or hard drive was impossible, you record your project here to try a Royer ribbon.
The C451B is an excellent tool for accurately capturing signals rich in transients such as instruments with a percussive sound, acoustic guitar, or for overhead miking.
The Shure SM81 is a world-standard for choir and overhead cymbal applications.
The Shure Beta52A supercardioid microphone specially designed for all kinds of bass, from kick drums to bass guitars. The Beta 52A excels on low-frequency sound sources.
The Sennheiser MD421 II is full-bodied cardioid pattern and five-position bass control means it’s an excellent choice for most instruments, as well as group vocals, or radio broadcast announcers. We use them mostly on toms and guitar amplifier.
The Audio Technica 3031 cardioid condenser recording mic is a great mic for piano, acoustic guitar, and other acoustic instruments.
The Studio Projects C1 performs really good in capturing vocal. The modification from microphone-parts.com improves its low-frequency response, reducing microphonics and self-noise. It also raises output level and sensitivity.