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  • RODE NT2

    RODE NT2 - "keep it home"


    The Rode NT2 is a condenser mic that I have used for years off and on now for some vocals from home. I still do own this mic but I take it around with me more. It has become more of my traveling mic since I have other mics at home that I wont take ar…

  • Sontronics STC-2

    Sontronics STC-2 - "no highs"


    I had some small issues after I started using this mic. For some reason it wasn’t picking up the highs very good. The lows where pretty warm and crisp but it seemed to not get the highs clean and then it started to sound like it was muffled because t…

  • Shure KSM27

    Shure KSM27 - "well rounded"


    The Shure SM27 is a well rounded mic that is a condenser mic that doesn’t cost a lot of money and will provide you with a pretty good sound. It came out years ago for around 400 or maybe a little more than that. But now can be purchased brand new for…

  • ADK Microphones GC-1

    ADK Microphones GC-1 - "awful sound"


    The GC1 is one of the bottom end mics from ADK. The price of it is fairly low as well, after using this mic in 2008-09 I came to realize a few things. One thing is that the mic doesn’t compare at all to a shure low end mic and two the quality is awfu…

  • RODE NT1

    RODE NT1 - "nice"


    I have used he NT1 microphone many times in the last year or 2. Generally the NT1 microphone was made to be an affordable mic. But then it turned into being a top quality mic overnight. I think Rhode was actually surprised by the success of it and it…

  • Audio-Technica AT2020

    Audio-Technica AT2020 - "A versatile condenser mic!"


    The Audio Technica AT 2020 is a cardioid pattern condenser microphone, that is fairly affordable and very versatile. I've used it for mic'ing guitar amps, acoustic guitar, and vocals, and it has excelled in all of those applications. It is very solid…

  • RODE NT1-A

    RODE NT1-A - "My go to mic for almost everything!!!"


    The Rode NT1-A is a cardioid-pattern, large-diaphragm condenser mic. It is probably the quietest mic you can buy for a measly 350 dollars. It boast an impressive signal input noise of just 5 DB, better than many professional quality condenser mics. F…

  • The T.bone SC450

    The T.bone SC450 - yoc's review


    Condenser OVERALL OPINION I have one. I've had other down-market mics, like the se2000 (which I sold), and an AT 2020. The T bone is the best of all. I used it for demos quite some time, but now I have a neumann KMS 105 for live performances and…

  • Behringer C-1

    Behringer C-1 - "Unbeatable value for money!"


    Behringer C1 mic to record vocals and even acoustic guitar. Use exclusively with phantom power and anti-pop filter or say hello to distortion. OVERALL OPINION I've used it for four years in a mobile studio (Fostex MR8) only. I've used SM Shure 57…

  • Audio-Technica AT2020

    Audio-Technica AT2020 - "Handles SPL really good"


    Nothing to add here. OVERALL OPINION I've used it for more than a year. It's a mic that can handle SPL pretty good and has a rather flat response. I find it a bit cold and very sibilant on vocals. However, it does a good job on a guitar amp at mod…