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The Reference Cardioid Microphone shares the same electronic attributes as th... more
The Reference Cardioid Microphone shares the same electronic attributes as the Gold Reference Series, but has a center-fixed cardioid-only capsule with a thicker gauge (6 micron) gold sputtered diaphragm.
With the similar film thickness and construction, similar high frequency resonance (a little edge), similar proximity effect and pretty good immunity from pops and sibilance problems, our Reference Cardioid more closely recalls how many of the vintage European tube mics such as the beloved U47 sounded like when they were new. Its rich tonal balance and liquid character is consistently admired for instruments such as guitars, drum overheads, saxophone, and especially vocals.
Video taken directly from Rode Microphones very own YouTube watchlist compile... more
Video taken directly from Rode Microphones very own YouTube watchlist compiled of famous YouTube videos using their very own microphones. This video shows the now, super star Conor Maynard using the NT2-A to record most of his covers including the cover that got him noticed and signed by Parlophone (EMI). Conor does not specifically say that he uses the NT2-A but his videos do show the NT2-A as his initial microphone.
i wanna try and sing and get the equipment to make my own songs more
i wanna try and sing and get the equipment to make my own songs
you can see conor use this mic on every video more
you can see conor use this mic on every video
At the beginning the name is clear. more
At the beginning the name is clear.
Behind him you can see the Seaboard Rise. more
Behind him you can see the Seaboard Rise.
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