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Rode NT1A Vocal Condenser Microphone
DescriptionDelivering warmth, extended dynamic range, incredible clarity and high SPL capability, the Rode NT1-A has become the industry standard cost-effective mic that can go up against some of the world’s most expensive mics! If you need a do-it-all mic for your studio and don’t want to break the bank, look no further.
Rode NT1-A Condenser Mic Features
In the Box:
NT1-A Cardioid Condenser Microphone
SM6 Shock Mount with Detachable Pop Filter
High-quality 20’ XLR cable<
Comments from forums and Reddit
Discussed in The Mediocre Bassist Club in the TalkBass community
I would recommend the Rode NT1-A for something in the "affordable" recording mic range. Rode NT1-A Vocal Condenser Microphone Now if you had a BIG budget you could get a Neumann TLM 49 for a measley 1695 spacebucks. The most popular mic that seems to be voiced for female vocals is the ElectroVoice ND 367 although there ... ... more
I figured that there had to be at least one Dilbert about a microphone: [image] And, admit it, don't you really feel like doing a peat dance? [link] ... more
@LKTraz , thanks for the recommend! I have heard of Rode, and that's in my conceivable down the road budget. @Morrighan , what he said. I don't really understand all the differences but yeah. I have the Lewitt LCT-240 right now. It just seems to work better for me on some songs than others. I do have a performance mic also, ... ... more
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