With podcasting more popular than ever, British mic specialists Sontronics have a sparkling new studio-quality mic that looks to fulfil your every need. Hollin Jones put it to the test.
Abbey Road Institute London and British microphone brand Sontronics are today pleased to announce their official partnership, following years of working together.
Steinberg’s new hardware/software bundle has everything one needs to start producing great-sounding music right away.
As round two of Project Element opens for voting at 6pm yesterday (UK), Aston Microphones have released the first ever photo of the beautiful Aston Element.
These four new accessories for the Rodecaster Pro podcast production studio aim to unlock more podcasting possibilities.
Available now in countries worldwide, Spatial Mic is shipping with Spatial Mic Converter Plugin v1.1.0, includes stereo virtual mic output stage, low noise filter options, OSX Catalina support & more.
If you're interested in bringing audio via mics and other instruments into your modular synth setup you need to check out Beefaco's Instrument Interface. Scott Riesterer shows you why and how.
This is perhaps the most ambitious studio microphone project ever undertaken, then it's no surprise that Aston Mics are behind making the people's mic a reality, with your help of course!!
Australian pro audio powerhouse RÃ˜DE Microphones is proud to announce an exciting expansion of the Wireless GO range.
Sontronics tells us this mic for vocals and podcasting, has hotter output than other mics for podcast on the market, it needs less gain, no extraneous noise, no EQ or post-processing required either.
Which microphone should you be using to record narrative and voice over work? Matt Vanacoro takes a look at 5 of the best ones for varying budgets in this essential overview.
The next version of the 3D audio recording and production, Zylvia Studio 2.0, is now available.
Selected as Best of NAMM 2020 by multiple media outlets, Spatial Mic is now shipping with firmware v2.0 that supports sample rates up to 96kHz via USB and can record sounds as loud as 131dB SPL!
Rode, and recording engineers, podcasters, etc are excited by the arrival of the new NT-USB microphone. Not only is it USB powered but also promises studio quality recordings at an incredible price.
Check out a raft of new gear from these two companies including class D bass amps, miniature earset mics, wireless performance mics and much more.