24 Mar in StudioWith the P-47 SS, Peluso is not necessarily reinventing the wheel, but it offers what seems to be a solid take on the Berlin classic.
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03 Nov 2020 in StudioWarm Audio clones a classic tube condenser microphone, the Neumann U67! The WA-67 will be priced at around €1099 - that's still a fraction of the price of the original.
23 Sep 2020 in StudioA genuine Telefunken mic priced just below USD 900? Yes, the TF11 FET makes that perfectly possible! And it's voiced after the well-regarded AKG C12 tube multi-pattern mic.
21 Sep 2020 in StudioWarm Audio has announced the WA-87 R2. The new version of the condenser microphone uses higher-quality components to get even closer to the sound of the famous U87.
18 Jan 2020 in StudioSerrano 87 is a high quality replica of a very famous mic with hand-made K87 capsule and SER-T13 transformer, original 2N3819FET amplifier biased to genuine spec, and Styroflex capacitors...
17 Oct 2019 in StudioUnited Studio Technologies has announced the UT FET47 condenser microphone. A no-compromise, USA-built U47 FET clone for USD 800? Tell me more!
26 Apr 2019 in StudioWant to get into making beats on a budget? The Presonus ATOM Producer Lab has a pad controller, audio interface, condenser mic, and software. For under 300 bucks, it's a bundle that's hard to beat.
31 Jan 2019 in StudioDelphos 2 improves on the original model with the addition of a third polar pattern and a new low-noise power supply. The mic body has been enlarged and finished in metallic blue.
25 Jan 2019 in StudioThe SR 314 has a terrific 20Hz - 30kHz frequency response and is ready to handle as many as 145 dBs worth of stage volume. According to Earthworks, the microphone sounds rich and open.
12 Jan 2018 in StudioAhead of the NAMM 2018 musical trade show, Austrian microphone maker Lewitt introduced a new multi-pattern studio microphone - the LCT 441 FLEX. A follow up to the LCT 440 PURE studio mic, the new model ...
24 Jun 2017 in StudioThe new KlangFormer mic modelling system combines German-made hardware with the Sonimus software studio - will this lower priced solution cut it against established products by Slate and Townsend Labs?