Antelope’s offering in the modelling mic arena has just become more expansive with the introduction of three new Edge microphones. The line-up comprises the fixed cardioid-pattern Edge Solo, the multi-pattern Edge Duo, and the dual-capsule Edge Quadro.
All three are designed to work hand-in-hand with Antelope’s native plug-ins or FPGA FX running on their own audio interfaces in order to model classic mics. The Edge Solo (£620/$695) has a single XLR and is designed to be the basis for modelling classic cardioid mics. The Edge Duo (£980/$1095) features a dual-membrane capsule with dual outputs allowing you to adjust the polar pattern after recording, but the Edge Quadro (£2690/$2995) may be the most intriguing. Boasting two dual-membrane capsules and rotating head along with four outputs, it makes possible M/S, XY, Blumlein and 360 audio recording.
They are set to ship this month.