Tag archive for ‘Microphones’
By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

sE Electronics X1 USB Review

Joining sE Electronics’ X1 series, the X1 USB is a fixed cardioid condenser with digital output and 24-bit converters that can operate at sample rates up to 192kHz. Huw Price plugs in. Details Price X1 USB More...

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By Andy Price On Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Audio Technica AT2020USB+ Review

Compatible with both Windows PCs and Mac (XP onwards and Mac OSX), the AT2020USB+ promises to plug right into your computer and function seamlessly with your favourite recording software.   Recommended applications More...

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By Andy Price On Friday, July 26th, 2013

Avantone Pro BV12 Review

Two of Avantone Pro’s most popular valve condensers come together in the new BV12. Huw Price checks it out.     Avantone is among the most well-established modern microphone brands. Its CK12, with More...

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By Andy Price On Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Microtech Gefell CMV563 and M7S Review

Microtech Gefell has a heritage that goes way back, but it still has its eye on the future. Huw Price hits the bottle in our review of the new CMV563 and M7S   During World War Two the Neumann company set More...

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By Andy Price On Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Røde iXY Review

Although many iOS hardware devices are aimed at the consumer market, we occasionally get gear in that’s aimed at pro users. With this in mind, we’ll start by stating that the iXY stereo mic from Røde supports More...

By Andy Price On Thursday, June 27th, 2013

sE Electronics Magneto Review

sE’s latest mic aims to satisfy the every need of the project and home studio owner. Mike Hillier sounds it out in his review of sE Electronics’ Magneto       Announced at this year’s Musikmesse, More...

By Andy Price On Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Avantone Pro CV12 & CV28 Review

Two new multi-pattern valve condensers have emerged from the Avantone stable. Huw Price puts them through their paces.       Back in the day, studio engineers invariably referred to microphones by More...

By Andy Price On Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

Audio Technica ATM510 Review

When it comes to picking a vocal microphone for recording, most engineers will insist on testing several different models to find the one that best suits the vocalist and the song. However, live engineers rarely More...

By Andy Price On Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Lewitt LCT 940 Review

We have been working our way through the Lewitt product range and have now finally reached the top with the LCT 940. In essence this is a large-diaphragm nine-pattern condenser with a feature-packed external power More...