Amek Big 44 Input with Supertrue Automation & Neve Stereo Buss Mod
Sound Deluxe U67 MOD
Great variable polar pattern tube condenser microphone.
AKG 414 BULS
reference microphone for almost all comparative microphone tests and one of the most used condenser microphones in the world.
(2) AKG C-1000
suitable for recording and live-sound applications as well as for ENG/EFP and video productions.
(2) Senhiesser MD-409
Dynamic microphone, especially suited for use with percussion and brass instruments.
(4) MD-421 mkII
Extremely versatile, robust legendary cardioid microphone. Easy handling due to pronounced directivity. Clear sound reproduction. For most recording conditions and broadcasting applications.
(2) Earthworks TC 30k
Designed for recording louder sources such as drums, percussion, amplified instruments and loud sound effects.
This premium electret condenser microphone is engineered to meet the most critical acoustic requirements of professional recording, broadcast and live sound.
Studio Projects C3
large diaphragm dual membrane condenser microphone employing a 1.06” (27mm) capsule, high quality, low noise amplifier and balanced, transformerless output circuitry.
Dragonfly is a handcrafted Class A large-diaphragm condenser microphone that gently accentuates the silky highs and defined bottom end of extended range instruments to thicken thin sound sources.
(2) Octava MC-012 (matched pr)
This is a great cardoiod small diaphragm condenser mic that is popular for use with acoustic instruments and overheads.
The UM57 is a great all-around microphone, especially sweet on woodwinds and vocals.
MXL V69 Tube
Providing a winning combination of both crispness and warmth, the V69 continues to impress with its rich midrange, punchy forward character, and mix-ready vocals.
(3) Shure sm-81
High-quality, unidirectional condenser microphone designed for studio recording, broadcasting, and sound reinforcement.
(4) Shure Beta 58
A high-output vocal microphone, the BETA 58A® features a shaped frequency response ideal for close-up vocals.
(6) Shure SM-57
An industry standard for performance and recording, the versatile and rugged SM57 is an exceptional instrument microphone and vocal microphone.
(2) EV N/D 468
Designed specifically for horns, drums, acoustical and electric guitars, the N/D468 provides a smooth, natural sound, capturing the excitement of the instrument.
This is a popular and durable microphone model, popular in broadcasting.
AKG 414 TL-BULS
It is the microphone of choice for miking up vocals, grand pianos, percussions, and any other sound sources with complex waveforms.
For drums, percussion, acoustic guitar and strings. Delivers stunning sound quality with maximum accuracy.
(2) Beyer m-160
Recommended for miking string instruments such as violins, violas, cellos and for pianos, saxophones as well as for hi-hat and toms.
(4) MD-421 white
The MD 421's full-bodied cardioid pattern and five-position bass control make it an excellent choice for most instruments, as well as group vocals or radio broadcast announcers.
(2) ADK Area 51
Ideal for Male and Female Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Reed Instruments (Sax), Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, and Contrabass), Drum Overheads, or anywhere you would use a Vintage Tube Microphone.
(2) Earthworks SR-77
A true performer, delivering a precise, natural sound you simply won't find on a lot of cardioid microphones.
Audio Technica 4050
Ideal for studio use and live sound productions with vocals, piano, strings, drum overheads, guitar amps, and more.
Studio project T3 Tube
It is a versatile microphone with abundant applications in the studio from pianos and strings to guitar cabinets and saxophones. Also a serious vocal mic, the T3 will please even the most discerning ears.
Smooth midrange, and crisp, airy high end that flatters vocals, guitars, piano and other lead instruments. The result is full and articulate sound that sits forward in the mix, but is silky rather than aggressive. Kiwi even captures the difficult resonance of female vocals in vibrant detail.
In addition to being an exceptional bass drum mic on stage and in the studio, the D112 MkII is an excellent choice for miking electric bass cabinets and trombones.
(1) Reslosound Ribbon
Ribbon microphones are typically bidirectional, meaning that they pick up sounds equally well from either side of the microphone.
An excellent choice for miking instruments requiring extended low frequency reproduction such as kick drums, large toms and bass cabinets.
Shure Beta 52
Optimized for low-frequency bass punch/high-power SPL handling. Designed for kick drum.
Shure Beta 57
Excellent microphone designed for use with amplified or acoustic instruments. Compact grille design.
(6) Shure SM-58
Tuned to accentuate the warmth and clarity of lead and back-up vocals, the SM58 is a legendary live vocal microphone known for its rugged reliability on tour.
The Electro-Voice RE11 is a Variable-D® dynamic supercardioid microphone created specially for professional applications requiring a sharply controlled supercardioid directional pattern.
A firm favorite among broadcasters and sound engineers worldwide. Its popularity also extends into music production as a premium grade instrument microphone.
Studer A 80 2" 24 trk (Re Capped)
The analog tape machines of the series A80VU MKll are characterized by their extreme sturdiness, modular design and the comprehensive range of system accessories.
Otari MX-5050 1/4" recorder
Professional quality two-speed audio tape recorder/reproducers designed for optimum performance and long life.
The CD-RW2000 is the most advanced stand-alone CD Recorder available.
Digidesign PROTOOLS HD 3 Accel w/ 32 channels of Apogee AD-16x & DA-16x
Alesis ADAT XT-20 w BRC
The ADAT Type II format records eight tracks of true, linear 20-bit digital audio onto tape, without using external converters or multiplexers.