Category Archives for "Microphones"

New Music Gear Monday: Mojave Audio MA-D Cardioid Dynamic Microphone

Mojave Audio MA-D dynamic microphone

Microphone manufacturers have been trying to come up with a replacement for the venerable SM58 for decades now and no one has succeeded. Yes, there’s been some fairly good substitutes, but it seems like most are either radically different from the original or not different enough. Mojave Audio, a well-company known for its condenser microphones, […]

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New Music Gear Monday: Telefunken TF11 FET Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

Telefunken TF11 FET microphone image

There are certain microphones that stand iconic in the pantheon of great gear. Some are so good that even competitors try to emulate them. One of those is the AKG C12, which has been a favorite of engineers everywhere for decades. Telefunken makes some wonderful microphones itself, with a long history of excellent originals and […]

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New Music Gear Monday: Lauten Audio LS-308 Noise Rejection Condenser Microphone

Lauten Audio LS-308 image on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

A question that I’ve been getting over and over through the years from engineers who are just starting out is, “How can I get more isolation between my tracks?” Now that’s normally not much of a problem for older engineers who’ve learned to make leakage work for them, but today’s modern recording requires another order […]

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