Tag: condenser microphones

Warm Audio WA-251 Microphone

The WA-251 is an all vacuum tube, expansive diaphragm, transformer adjusted, multi-pattern, large condenser microphone, based on the classic ‘251 that has been utilized on endless hit records for the final 50+ and a long period of time after. The WA-251 is planned for the master studio, domestic studio, live, and broadcast applications and sounds…
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The NT1-A is a progressive modern 1″ diaphragm condenser microphone by RØDE. Planned and made in Australia, the industry secures its with a leading 10-year guarantee. Although its housing closely resembles the NT1, RØDE has totally remapped it from the ground up. Their only shared component is the mesh capsule. The engineers of this company…
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Choose your First Mic

In this entry we’ll tell you how to choose your first mic. Once you’ve put together your home/recording studio with all the essentials, what comes next? For example, your audio interface, a pair of studio monitors or headphones, and your selected DAW. Unless your production journey only takes you through sample packs and VST synths,…
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Condenser Microphones

Condenser microphones are devices that have high-impedance. They require that the amplification is located near the sensor itself. Usually, an amplifier limits their dynamic range. The most usual material to make them is stainless steel, although there’s the option of other similar metals. This type of microphones is steady at varying temperatures and environmental changes.…
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Electret Microphones

To talk about electret microphones we first need to talk about electret materials. Electret materials have been known for a long time. Some people suggested they were an important component for condenser microphones. Nevertheless, these seemed impractical before the creation of foil electret. And what is a foil electret, you ask? Well, this material involves…
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