Blue Microphones

Blue Microphones user reviews

  • Blue Microphones Omni Mouse

    Blue Microphones Omni Mouse - moosers's review


    The Blue Microphones Omni Mouse is an omni only version of the regular Mouse condenser microphone. I've used both of these mics, but mostly this version. The mic, obviously, has an omnidirectional polar pick up pattern and will gather frequencies i…

  • Blue Microphones Spark

    Blue Microphones Spark - moosers's review


    The Blue Microphones Spark is a condenser microphone for your studio, designed with the consumer in mind who is on a budget. It's definitely going to be found primarily in home studios since it's an inexpensive microphone that still shares the same …

  • Blue Microphones enCORE 300

    Blue Microphones enCORE 300 - Kierkes's review


    The Blue Encore 300 is Blue's only hand held condenser microphone to date. This significantly makes it much more different than Blue's other entries into the market of the live vocal mic. The 100 and the 100i are both dynamics, and the 200 requires p…

  • Blue Microphones enCORE 200

    Blue Microphones enCORE 200 - Kierkes's review


    The Blue Encore 200 microphone is a higher end entry into the hand held live vocal microphone market by the famously glitzy microphone company Blue. What is particularly interesting about this microphone is that it requires phantom power. 48 volts. Y…

  • Blue Microphones enCORE 100i Series

    Blue Microphones enCORE 100i Series - Kierkes's review


    I recently reviewed the Blue Encore 100 dynamic vocal mic, and it was certainly a sweet sounding piece of work. It would be fitting that Blue also offers a microphone in the same that that happens to have an i at the end of its name, standing for "in…

  • Blue Microphones enCORE 100 Series

    Blue Microphones enCORE 100 Series - Kierkes's review


    The Blue Encore 100 microphone is Blue's entry into the world of hand held microphones. This particular microphone is a dynamic microphone, and the element is biased in a cardioid polar pattern. There are many nice things about this microphone. It fi…

  • Blue Microphones Spark

    Blue Microphones Spark - "blue spark really shines"


    This microphone sounds good on most sources. Great on acoustic guitars, percussion i.e. shakers, tambourines etc, drum overheads, and in front of electric guitar amps. Can sound great on vocals with the right voice. I purchased 2 of these for stereo …

  • Blue Microphones Kiwi

    Blue Microphones Kiwi - "great quality"


    The blue Kiwi is a great and high quality condensor mic. I think this mic is a phenom for instruments, acoustic guitar was awesome. Female vocal was also pretty awesome, clean, some make vocals are great on it if they are higher pitched. My rich bari…

  • Blue Microphones Snowball

    Blue Microphones Snowball - "decent usb mic"


    I used this mic when I first got into DAW based recording a a while ago. I was expecting a USB Mic to not stand up to a professional studio's sound, but it turns out this thing is amazing. If you're starting out with recording, or DAW based recordin…

  • Blue Microphones Snowball

    Blue Microphones Snowball - Kierkes's review


    The Blue Snowball used to be that thing I always lusted after before I actually got into the world of serious recording, so even if I was inexperienced, my research and obsessive following of the Snowball had to mean it was good, right? Well, yes.…