Neat Microphones can be traced to some well-known transducers. There's quite a buzz about their King Bee & Worker Bee mics so Matthew Loel T. Hepworth finds out if they're as sweet as they say.  


Figure 1. The King Bee (left) and Worker Bee (right) unboxed

Pedigree and Design 

*Figure 2. The King Bee (left) and Worker Bee (right), side-by-side, in Beekeeper shock mounts and Honeycomb pop filters attached.
Figure 3. Phantom power active LED

Sound Character and Applications 

Adding a Beeline


Matthew Loel T. Hepworth

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MATTHEW LOEL T. HEPWORTH has been teaching music technology since 1984. The son of educators, he has the ability to thoughtfully instruct people to get the most from complicated music products and software. He authors the Cubase and WaveLab tutorials for and authored several books including WaveLab 7 Power!, The Power i... Read More


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