I do not have big experience in micro studio, however I had a RODES NT2 I've never been able to manage in the mix (famous bump in the medium, and then I know it was well that invading micro in terms of frequencies. I then back down several notches in price but not as the little Behringer B1 on the advice of a pro studio. No regret, on the contrary, nickel in the mix and with the preamp JOEMEEK Q twin that makes him really. I could be to blame a little small but the cold side, metal (though!). And then, following a meeting of a pro I know of T3. While there, the slap! I not know the tenor of Neumann, but frankly I micro bluffing: the sound mix at nickel, embellished with little voices, evenly over the spectrum, it's warm, natural. Well micro side (always coupled with the JOEMEEK with whom he gets along very well) I'll leave it as you understand I found total happiness!
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stefriggs's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for all my takes: vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar. To catch the guitar in stereo, I put it in and I hypercardio and I couple it with a Rode NT5, it takes in some very good ambiances too.
It is a tube condenser microphone very hot and bright at times. It captures very well grainy voice, I love it alot
I use it for 2 years already
What I like most is its grain.
I tried other models but not before, but after: a green mic and a gold at 100 euros which I forgot its name, so I sold quickly it, and a C414. The sound was so close (and even less "rock" on vocals) that I sold the C414.
Optimum value for money
I would repeat without hesitation this mic choice, I cannot do without it, it really suits my voice.
If you want to get an idea of what it gives me regarding the vocals, I suggest you listen to my demos: