New Australian ribbon mic set to hit stores soon
Australian audio company Røde Microphones have built on their success in the studio condenser mic market and...
Small-diaphragm condenser mics with interchangeable capsules
Press Release: With over a year and half of development and beta testing with top recording engineers, the...
Legendary studio mic back in production
We brought you news only a few days ago that the U47 FET was to be produced...
Legendary mic goes back into production
Neumann has resumed production of this classic mic, according to the original production documents and schematics.
Hand-built rectangular diaphragm mic revealed at show
Audio-Technica will be unveilling the latest addition to its flagship 50 Series studio microphone range at the...
New mic uses same ribbon as flagship R44
AEA are announcing the launch of the N8 phantom-powered ribbon microphone at this year’s AES Convention....
Striking condenser adds headphone output
Editors Keys have launched the SL600 MK2 USB condenser microphone, the latest release in the company's...
Hand-made ribbon microphone
Ideal solution for reality TV launched
DPA Microphones are introducing their latest headset and miniature microphone products at the 2014 NAB Show. These are the new...
Arapolarmic uses augmented reality to show you mic polar patterns
Spanish audio company Aratech have announced their first product: Arapolarmic. Arapolarmic is a software...
Hand-made mics from Orange County
We caught up with founder of Cathedral Pipes Microphones and all-round good guy Chuck Dickinson, who tells us the story of how he started making microphones and sheds some light on his range of mics.
Hand-made microphones from Orange County, CA
During the Winter NAMM show, Hall E of the Anaheim Conference Centre plays host to a range of newcomers. This year, we caught up with founder of Cathedral Pipes Microphones and all-round good guy, Chuck Dickinson.
Chuck tells us the story of how he started making microphones and sheds some light on his range of mics.
Small diaphragm microphone
The SE5 from SE Electronics is the successor to the hugely popular SE4 small diaphragm condenser and does away with the interchangeable capsule in favour of a fixed cardioid pattern capsule.
USB microphone and digital multi-tool
The DGT650 from Lewitt is a stereo USB microphone and audio interface that supports ASIO on Windows, OS X Core Audio, and is also easily combined with mobile devices.
Microphone and preamp modeling system
The latest announcement from Slate Digital has the pro audio community divided. Can it possibly live up to the claim of being able to recreate classic mics. We catch up with Steven Slate at NAMM to get an intro to his new Virtual Microphone System.
USB condenser microphone
SE Electronics is pleased to introduce the new edition to the sE X1 Series, the SE X1 USB Condenser USB Microphone, which has been announced today at this year’s NAMM show in Los Angeles.
Does Steven Slate's new system call time on the mic locker?
The Virtual Microphone System allegedly recreates the colour and character of some of the most beloved classic mics and mic preamps in recording industry by using a hybrid system of hardware and software.
Blue Microphones now shipping Spark Digital with Lightning Cable
Blue Microphones are now offering a Lightning connection for Spark Digital (www.bluemic.com/sparkdigital), the company's studio microphone for iPad, iPhone and Mac/PC. Spark Digital is the digital version of Blue’s Spark microphone, which we reviewed in April 2011 (http://sosm.ag/apr11-spark), and Blue claim it records professional-quality audio to any iOS device or any computer, laptop or tablet with USB input.
New small-diaphragm condensers ship as matched pair
First multi-pattern Neumman mic under $2000