Studio microphones create a quality home recording!

Hi and welcome to "Studio microphones for create a quality home recording!"

Here you'll find a selection of the best known condenser and ribbon Microphones world wide, for a perfect demo recording at home.

Sennheiser Samson AKG Shure Marshal Peavey Audio Technica Nady Neumann Apex Blue Woodpecker

Some brands in music recording, in case you have to build or have build your own recording studio, and you need some quality equipment too. Then this is the place to find a microphone that fit your needs.

Maybe you'll see what you get for your starting budget, and after some time you'll afford the more expensive stuff.. Of course it's all up to you what kind of equipment you'll choose.

As I said, here below you'll get an idea of what a good studio microphone has to be..

Have fun....

Condenser microphones..

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Samson The CO1U and CO3U are both large-diaphragm condenser microphones, If you're going to record different instruments then the CO3U is a better choice . But if you're mainly going to record guitar and vocals at your home, the CO1U will be just perfect.

AKG C414B XLII five Patern studio condenser microphone Features Elastic capsule suspension greatly minimizes structurally transmitted noise Voiced for vocal reproduction

All switchable components operate in low-impedance circuits High sensitivity and extremely low noise

2-color LEDs provide quick visual monitoring of polar pattern and output overload

High sound pressure level capability and wide dynamic range

5 switchable polar patterns

Completely immune to electrostatic and electromagnetic interference from digital gear, computer monitors, etc.

3 switchable bass cut filters and 3 per-attenuation pads with LEDs

This is studio microphone for the professional advanced music artist. It's the top of the studio Mic's ,and the price...from $1000 to $1700

Marshall MXL-990 Vintage Style Studio Condenser Microphone

* Peavey VC-1 Vintage Cardioid Condenser Microphone Price : Less than $200

Note: In time Prices are changing , so do some online research about the actually prices at this moment...or second hands...

Shure KSM32/CG Condenser Microphone

The KSM32/CG condenser microphone is the Shure choice for critical studio recording and live production.

Shure KSM9 ( below text) Dual Diaphragm Performance Condenser Microphone Champaign Engineered to exacting standards, the KSM9 condenser microphone unites the best of studio and stage.

SHURE INCORPORATED PG81XLR ( photo below) Flat Response Condenser Microphone Acoustic A sensitive, flat response condenser microphone ideal for recording acoustic instruments.

Neumann Professional studio equipment

The M 149 Tube is a large-diaphragm condenser microphone with switchable polar patterns. It is the first new 'Tube' microphone design from Neumann in over 30 years, and also the world's first transformer-less tube microphone.

Prices : starting from $4000

Sennheiser E865  Lead Vocal Condenser Microphone ( graphic above) e865 represents the first condenser microphone in the acclaimed evolution 800 Series. A live performance, lead vocal microphone,

e908D is a condenser instrument microphone tailored specifically for percussion instruments and comes with multi-functional MZH 908D drum clamp.

Sennheiser evolution e908 D Condenser Percussion Instrument microphone

Ribbon Studio Microphones

Samson VR88 Velocity Ribbon Microphone ( image above) The Samson VR88 Velocity Ribbon Microphone is the first of a limited production of hand-crafted velocity ribbon microphones.

And below it's  the Blue Woodpecker Ribbon studio Microphone.

The Nady RSM-4 plus point of this microphone is the price versus the quality. is a fine quality ribbon microphone available at an accessible price.

Apex Electronics APEX205 Ribbon Microphone ( above)

The Apex 210 ( above)ribbon microphone is ideal for today's direct to digital recordings.

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