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Studio Deals from Universal Audio, Strymon, Shure, and Antelope Audio  ·  Source: Universal Audio

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In this week’s Studio Deals roundup, we’ve got an intriguing lineup. From household tools to high-technology solutions, we’ve picked out some of the most exciting recording gear currently on offer.

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If you need a new microphone, an audio interface, or even a new reverb for your studio setup, now is the perfect time to save with these offers from Thomann. Let’s take a closer look at what’s available:

Strymon Bluesky

Strymon Bluesky

Whether you use it on guitar, electric piano, organ, synthesizer, or even drum machine, the Bluesky provides 3 great-sounding reverbs and full-stereo operation.

What’s more, there are three modes to alternate between, including normal, mod, and shimmer, and with the pre-delay and, HF and LF damping controls you can really sculpt the sound to fit your mix.

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Shure SM7B

The SM7B is the industry-standard podcasting microphone, but it has also been used extensively in studios around the world for recording vocals. With flexible low-end roll-off and mid-boosting switches, you can sculpt the mic for your purpose.

Overall, the mic provides excellent speech intelligibility and good resistance to sibilance and plosives with low-self noise. Be aware that this is a low-output dynamic mic, so you will need some extra discrete gain on the way in.

Shure SM7B

Shure SM7B

Antelope Zen Go Synergy Core

Antelope Zen Go Synergy Core

With this offer, you get the Zen Go Synergy Core 24-bit 192 kHz USB audio interface with its DSP engine and 37 processing effects. In addition, the bundle includes an Antelope Edge Note small-diaphragm modeling condenser microphone.

You also get the Bitwig 16-track DAW system, so you can get recording right away. Please note that this offer is only valid until June 30, and you’ll need to register by July 15 to qualify for the Bitwig 16-track license.

Antelope Zen Go Synergy Core

Antelope Zen Go Synergy Core

Universal Audio Sphere LX & DLX Modeling Microphones

Universal Audio Sphere LX

With the Sphere LX, you can model the characteristics of 20 different ribbon, condenser, and dynamic microphones. In addition, the IsoSphere function helps you tune the mic’s response to your specific recording environment.

Universal Audio Sphere DLX

Meanwhile, the larger Sphere DLX includes a library of 38 classic mic models. What’s more, it has stereo recording capabilities which make it an extremely versatile recording tool.

Universal Audio Sphere review

Size comparison: Sphere LX and DLX

Sontronics Aria

Sontronics Aria

The Aria is a high-end large-diaphragm tube condenser microphone from UK manufacturer, Sontronics. Like most tube condensers, it’s an excellent choice for vocal recording.

However, the Aria also works well on amp cab, cello, and in overhead configurations. The top-end is significantly brighter than a high-end Neumann, with the HF roll-off only starting at 15 kHz.

Sontronics Aria

Sontronics Aria

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  • Antelope Zen Go Synergy Core: Antelope
  • Size comparison: Sphere LX and DLX: Universal Audio
  • Sontronics Aria: Sontronics
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  • shure-sm7-b-widget: Thomann
  • antelope-zen-go-widget: Thomann
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