A remote controlled tank for microphones
The Tone Tank Mic Robot is a remote controlled tank that helps positioning microphones in the studio, or how a child's passion can become a pro tool.
The Mic Robot looks like a military tank (in fact it is), just like the ones you used (or maybe still do) play with when you were a kid, and on which the manufacturer mounted a microphone support. Both the tank and the mic support can be remote controlled in order to find the best position to capture the instrument/amp sound.
It ships with a mic adapter and a 6" gooseneck so that you can use any type of microphone. You will also be able to control up to three tanks at the same time.
As a real tank, the cannon is operational 6mm airshot battle bullets are included so that you can wake up a sleeping drummer from up to 25 meters.
The Tone Tank Mic Robot is available for $189 ex. tax. See full details at thetonetank.com.
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