Greg Neumann created what is considered to be the best microphones in the world. George Martin declared the U-47 to be his favorite microphone. Our studio features the vintage Neumann U-47 to deliver the most detailed sound from our recordings. Alongside the U-47 we also feature the KM 184.
Telefunken creates some of the world’s best microphones. Our studio features their re-release of the classic U-47. This mic is designed to recreate the original tone of the world’s most popular microphone.
The U-47 is the most popular mic in the world. Wagner has made a wonderful recreation of the original Neumann redesigned for better durability.
One of the most used companies in the music industry, Shure has created a truly magnificent lineup of studio standard microphones. Our studio features a wide selection of Shure mics to choose from including: KSM-32, SM91, SM98 AMP/C, SM 57, SM 58, and SM 52.
Our selection of AKG mics ranges from their 414 XLII to the robust Vintage D112. Featured is the 414 featuring nine different polar patterns to choose from. This mic is great for any melody driven instruments.
We feature the NTK condenser from Rode as it is designed for detail and warmth. It has a wide frequency range with a truly low noise floor. The NTK is great for vocals, acoustic instruments, and guitar amps.
When it comes to capturing detail from a distance either for music or film, the CM5 shotgun can deliver results. With a wide frequency response this microphone is able to be used in a variety of different applications.
Founded by Greg Neumann himself, Geffel was pretty unknown until after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Upon the end of the war we were introduced to some of great microphones from Geffel including the small diaphragm condenser M300. It features a slim design coupled by an extension of the low end barely rolling off at 100hz!
The Royer line of mics is headlined by their flagship R-121 ribbon microphone. It is sleek, slender, and has a flat frequency tone enriched by a warm, and realistic tone.
Ever wanted a different way to capture the low end of your kick drum? Yamaha allowed us to do just that with Subkick. By taking the properties of a loudspeaker and some specialized pieces, we can capture the raw sound.