The new 4000-series models are available in omni and cardioid versions, and take advantage of DPA's innovative 6000-series mounting system.
Affordable small-diaphragm capacitor mics can now be bought in matching pairs for stereo applications.
New microphone employs an unusual metal-film diaphragm, and is designed for ensemble recording and acoustic measurements.
Warm Audio’s revised take on the Neumann U87 gets even closer to the real thing.
Audio examples to accompany our May 2021 review of the Warm Audio WA-87 R2 capacitor mic.
A French classic is reborn.
I’m trying to improve the sound of my speech recordings which can be a bit ‘echoey’. I’ve been using a Rode NTG4 shotgun mic...
Shure’s new podcasting mic delivers pro sound quality in a consumer‑friendly package.
We kick off a new series profiling classic studio equipment with a look at a humble dynamic mic that has passed into Liverpudlian legend.
Stewart Tavener from Extinct Audio and Xaudia chats to Drew Stephenson about the origins of his companies and how he became a ribbon microphone specialist.
Binaural recordings are an easy and effective way to capture immersive audio.
This USB microphone provides an affordable entry point into the world of Ambisonic recording.
We put Sony’s classy ‘hi‑res’ instrument mics to the test.
These audio examples accompany April 2021's review of the Telefunken TF11 FET microphone.
We try out Telefunken’s affordable take on an Austrian classic.
The company's most affordable take yet on Neumann's valve classic uses solid-state electronics.
MPM-4000U features bi-direction USB streaming plus an integral headphone amp.
Podcast Pro now available in a range of colours, plus new podcasting mic stand and interface unveiled.
Everyone loves classic microphones, but few of us can afford them! We survey the hundreds of modern recreations on the market, and explain what to look for when you’re choosing one for your studio.
Classic equipment doesn’t have to be old and unreliable. Many famous studio microphones are still current products...
Recording an instrument you’ve not encountered before can seem daunting. Here’s a rule of thumb that guarantees a decent result every time.
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