We all have passions in life, and technology has increased the quality of output made by our passions tenfold but picking out the right product for the job can be even more difficult than producing the end result. Mark Marshall discusses his opinion on getting your recording equipment supply up to speed and what options you should retire. Specifically, he touches on different types of microphones from condensers to ribbons and dynamics, with up close photos that will make you jealous.
- When one wants to stock up his studio mic closet he would find that the options that exist in the market are so many that he becomes delirious.
- A commercial studio will do all in its power to cover all the mindsets in a mic but this is not wise for a small outfit.
- When one is in a commercial studio a range of mics is needed because they have a lot of setups and they have to cover all of them.
“I tend to prefer large to small diaphragm mics on guitar cabs — but there are no rules.”