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  • Mojave Audio MA-200

    Mojave Audio MA-200 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    11/07/08

    (Originally written by chouwap/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Cardioid tube microphone. OVERALL OPINION I've been using it for 6 months. Excellent for electric and acoustic guitars. Warm and fat sound with different preamps. The sound is very sw…

  • AKG SolidTube

    AKG SolidTube - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    The only available options are -20dB switch on the mic itself and Low filter (40Hz) on the power supply box. Comes with the robust case, good quality shock-mount absorber and usable foam as a poper stoper (yelloooow!), I don't use it, though. Use reg…

  • Groove Tubes GT 66

    Groove Tubes GT 66 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    This has everything except the multi-pattern. It even has a great shock mount. I didn't like that it doesn't come with a hard case. Price paid: $400 OVERALL OPINION This mic sounds really warm and harmonic. Also very airy. Great for a soulfull fem…

  • RODE NTK

    RODE NTK - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    It comes in a big case including puwer suply, microphone cable , power cable stand adaptor, the shock mount is optional I payd 60 euro for it wich is a steep price. 300 euro OVERALL OPINION Very nice sounding studio condenser microphone, very sens…

  • AKG C 12

    AKG C 12 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    10/20/08

    (Originally written by arthurlavilla/translated from Audiofanzine FR) AKG C12/CK12/N12, a legend produced 2500 times between 1953 and 1963. It's the ultimate tool. If you're lucky enough to find one it'll be expensive! On the same level as Neumann U…

  • M-Audio Sputnik

    M-Audio Sputnik - RickD's review

    07/31/08

    - What type of microphone? (live, recording, mixed...) Recording. - What technology? (electret, condenser...) Condenser, tube mic. 10dB pad, and low cut filter. Omni, cardioid, figure 8 patterns. OVERALL OPINION - For how long have you been using…

  • Audio-Technica AT3035

    Audio-Technica AT3035 - "Audio-Technica AT3035 Cardioid Condenser"

    04/19/07

    Primarily a singer, I've been playing guitar for about 10 years, been in a band (drummer!), and have continued to record and play with other musicians on a non-professional basis. My styles range from folk to hard rock, with heavy power-pop leanings …

  • RODE K2

    RODE K2 - "Rode K2"

    03/14/07

    Musician for 43 years (guitar) and a recording engineer since 1988. I write and produce faith based music now. I love jazz, folk/pop and acoustic music of most kinds. Purchased at Sweetwater for $650 as my primary vocal mic for recording Built like…

  • Audio-Technica AT3035

    Audio-Technica AT3035 - "Audio-Technica AT3035 Cardioid Condenser"

    09/03/02

    Acquired this mic to primarily record vocals. Paid about 150 bucks on ebay. The microphone has a really flat response, no extensive coloration, vocals sound clear. It does not pick up siblance, sometimes doesn't even need a pop filter. You can't …

  • Audio-Technica AT3035

    Audio-Technica AT3035 - "Audio-Technica AT3035 Cardioid Condenser"

    06/04/02

    I bought it for under $200 at Guitar Center. I bought it primarily for home recording vocals and accoustic guitar. Very sturdy unit with excellent shockmount. The microphone fits the shockmount very well. No problem with vibrations. The unit has a…