To reduce reflections from the rear of the microphone, you may use a sound barrier such as a gobo, foam, etc at the rear of the microphone. I’ve used it not only for vocals, but for acoustic guitar, cajon, other percussive instruments, etc. The AT by Audio Technica is a microphone for any and all, pro and amateur alike will enjoy the responsiveness and the rugged durability of this microphone. For further details see delivery estimates in cart. My reason for giving Ease of Use a “good” rating is like I said, this my very first cardoid condenser mic, I didn’t know anything about phantom power supplies or the like. Marcus Miller M7 Swamp Ash 5st TBK 2nd Gen, 5-string electric bass made by Sire, swamp ash body, flamed maple top, bolt-on maple neck, C neck shape, 35″ extra long scale, ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 12″ radius, 45mm saddle width,
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Rated 5 out of technoca by Anonymous from Great value for female vocals This condenser is a great value for female vocals, even running through a cheap focusrite saffire pre it does a great job at representing the facts.
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Audio Technica AT2020
AT Cardioid Condenser Microphone. It can handle ANY audio source. For my money, the AT is a great value.
After much deliberation and comparing many mics within my budget, I decided to go with the AT Very versatile if you play around with placement. There are defintely other, more expensive options, but if you’re getting started, get this. As an amateur radio operator, or a ham radio op, I must say this microphone is superb in every way.
High SPL handling and wide dynamic range allow the AT to capture loud signals with minimal noise and distortion. Or, if you are a ham radio op like me and want something different in your arsenal of mics, this is it, look no further.
Great for drum overheads as well, I also tried it as a wurst mic and does a surprisingly good job at it. Click here for technifa.
I have been a fan of ribbons and own several but those lack a sparkle and punch. Browse Related Browse Related. Also shop in Also shop in. The quality is better than I expected, I often get a sound check from coworkers and the response is always one of disbelief that I am using a Condenser mic on a boom over my monitor – the sound is crystal clear and with no interference or noise.
Audio-Technica AT Cardioid Condenser Microphone AT B&H
While this is a great mic for studio both pro and home studio work, this mic also works well with instruments such as the drum, guitars both electric and non electric, tambourines too work well with this mic. And if this is your first audiio it’s a great learning tool for mic placement and stuff. With rugged construction for durable performance, the microphone offers a wide dynamic range and handles high SPLs with ease.
Recorded a few albums and other projects with it, and it still works great and is the workhorse of my home studio.
AT Cardioid Condenser Microphone || Audio-Technica
Marcus Miller M7 Swamp Ash 5st TBK 2nd Gen, 5-string electric bass made by Sire, swamp ash body, flamed maple top, bolt-on maple neck, C neck shape, 35″ extra long scale, ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 12″ radius, 45mm saddle width, Do some research, and you will see that it has stood up to much more expensive mics in shootouts. For stage work recording plays and musicals nothing can pull sound off a stage like a Neumann. If you don’t know anything about cardoid condenser microphones and are looking for a really, really great inexpensive microphone, then the AT should be first on your list.
Rechnica the AT is an analog signal, there are no drivers and the drivers would come from the audio interface you are using. I have used this for vocals and record acoustic guitars. AT Cardioid Condenser Microphone is rated 4.
The microphone includes a pivoting, threaded technicca mount for accurate positioning. Black speckles on the mic is the finish of the item.
This was the first condenser microphone I ever purchased- about 9 years ago, and have been using it since. Customers who looked at this item have bought these: To reduce reflections from the rear of the microphone, you may use a sound barrier such as a gobo, foam, etc at the rear of the microphone.
See each listing for international shipping options and costs. I place this off-axis from my guitars sound hole, and the AT a couple inches from the 12thth frets.