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Best inexpensive mic ever
I love this! I have recorder more than 3 EPs with this one for now and it's great for different vocal styles (I have worked with postpunk, industrial rock, metal, electronic and country music). Add this to a nice preamp and you will be satisfied. One of the best solutions for a home|small studio on my opinion.
Hands-down the best condenser microphone I've ever used.
The Rode NT2A is a relatively cheap microphone, compared to microphones such as the Neumann U87, while still achieving great sound capturing, and having many polar patterns. If you've got a good amount of money in your pocket, purchase this, and you will not be disappointed.
Amazing microphone for the price
This microphone is the $200 - $300 dollar range price. I consider that this microphone offers a great value for the money. The first thing you'll notice is that is quite heavy, the multi-pattern allows you to use this microphone for several applications like recording a group of people singing a capella or record a guitar amplifier, or of course vocals. I think it records a sound with a huge spectrum of frequencies and very consistent on the lower frequencies.
I will definitely recommend it
Workhorse of a mic.
Amazing for recording acoustic instruments, foley samples, and can record a variety of singing voices nicely. I tried a slightly lower-priced Seinheiser which sounded very tinny, brittle. I've owned several Rode-NT2a's now. Suspension mount snapped annoyingly on this latest one but purchased a budget alternative and it is perfect. You can replace the mount with Rode's dedicated suspension mount if you want.
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