If you are looking for the utmost in source fidelity from your microphone, then you should definitely consider a condenser mic. Compared to other types of studio microphones, condenser microphones are extremely responsive to the nuances of sound, and are a great addition to any studio setting.
Whether you are recording vocals, drums, guitar or a full ensemble, a large-diaphragm condenser mic will give you exceptional fidelity and output.
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Here, we offer a large and diverse range of condenser mics to suit every need and budget. If you want a nostalgic look and a vintage sound we’ve got you covered. Or, if you want cutting edge modern technology, we have that too. We understand that no two musicians or sound engineers are exactly alike, that is why we scour the market for the best range of offerings available.
When you are buying a condenser mic it is important to think about what features you need, based on your specific applications. Consider whether you need a large or small mic? Do you want to use it for portable applications or keep it in the studio permanently? You should also think about what kind of pick up pattern you want. Do you want to isolate your sound or do you want a wide pickup area? An omnidirectional pattern means your mic will be equally sensitive to sound all around its circumference.
A cardiod pattern is more sensitive to sound at the front of the mic. While a multi-pattern mic will allow you to tailor the pattern to suit the sound source.
Are you a podcaster looking for crystalline output? A home recordist dreaming up your first track? Or a paid professional who can’t afford dodgy quality? Whoever you are, if you have any questions or just want to talk to someone about the different options available, our team of sound experts are here to help.