Microphones - Recording

These mics have been selected for on-location recording work.

Beyerdynamic MC930 - Condenser - seven available

Premium small-diaphragm condenser mic.

Normally used as the main stereo pair, or as part of an L/C/R setup, these mics are great for capturing a huge variety of sources.

Thanks to the bass rolloff switch and pad, they can also be used for close-mic'd applications including the VXY method.

Beyerdynamic TG-X 930 - Premium Vocal Condenser - one available

A premium vocal mic, based on the same capsule as the MC930, but with slightly different circuitry to optimise for up-close vocal work.

AKG C3000 (original version) - Large Diaphragm Condenser - three available

General-purpose large-diaphragm condenser mic, featuring switchable polar pattern, -10dB pad, and low-cut filter.

A flexible mic that mostly gets used for recording, particularly as a spot mic for larger ensembles.

Audio Technica AT3035 - Large Diaphragm Condenser - two available

A large-diaphragm cardioid condenser mic with a nice flat response. Useful for a wide range of sources.

Beyerdynamic M201TG - General Purpose Dynamic - one available

Another excellent all-round microphone: "If an SM57 were a microphone, it would sound like this."

Hypercardioid pickup pattern and a flat response means it's an excellent general-purpose microphone.

Beyerdynamic M88TG - General Purpose Dynamic - one available

Excellent all-round microphone. Hypercardioid pickup pattern means excellent rejection of other sounds. Works well for live or recorded material.

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