Microphones

M I C R O P H O N E S

The Neumann U87 is one of the music industry’s truly legendary microphones.  Our U87 captures an incredibly accurate performance and is particularly well-suited for vocalists, acoustic guitars, and as a “room mic” to capture the air and ambiance of your performance.

Our Shure SM8 offers precise and detailed sound reproduction.  They are particularly adept at capturing an articulate  high end and are ideally suited as acoustic guitar and drum overhead mics.

These small condenser 604’s sound great as overheads and room mics, as well as up close on hi-hats and other percussion that need a clean top end presence.  

The FET pre-amp in our MXL 770 gives this mic a wide dynamic range.  Its clean response from lows to highs makes it a good choice for vocals, piano, and strings.

Our PGA-7 drum mic kit is fantastic at filling out the sound of your drum set.  We like to use these mics to pick up the “snap” of kicks, snares, and toms to give them extra presence.  These are also useful as room mics to pick up every aspect of your set and deliver a more well-rounded sonic picture.  

We have another industry-standard for use during your sessions.  The Shure SM7b has been key in many iconic records – Michael Jackson recorded his vocal tracks for “Thriller” on an SM7b.

Highly versatile and durable.  Our Sennheiser 421’s are both tough enough to handle the decibels put out by guitar cabinets and drum sets and high-end enough to deliver a clear and well-rounded sound.

A kick drum standard, our D112 is also preferred for bass cabs and low tuned guitars for capturing a thick low end.  

A true workhorse, SM57’s are legendary in their ability to handle extremely high decibels while delivering a true sound.  57’s are frequently used on snare drums, guitar cabs, brass instruments, and any other loud source that requires sonic clarity.  

Our SM58’s are at your disposal for either rehearsal or studio use.  In rehearsal environments these mics are renowned for having a tight pickup pattern, picking up only your voice or instrument to minimize feedback.