This is just one of those rare cases where you can’t help but wonder why no one had thought of this idea before. Well, someone had to be the first and with the DX-2, MXL won this race easily as no one else saw it coming and even knew it was category.
Freestyle rap is such a cool phenomenon. You need to be extremely snappy and know your rhymes by heart. Improvising is the key and Harry Mack is among the best there is out there.
MXL are great at designing microphones for capturing music, but it doesn’t stop there. They also have a dedicated broadcast mic on the roster and it is on review in this video.
Sound on Sound’s Will Betts stopped by MXL’s booth at Summer NAMM 2016 in Nashville when the DX-2 was being shown to the public for the very first time.
Sure, if the venue is small a little kick drum support and maybe an overhead mic may be all you need, but if you need more than that, here is your complete drum mic solution.
Just a brief demo recording of an acoustic guitar with nylons, using the MXL 551 and a Focusrite interface. It’s probably not because they’re both red, but they seem to complement each other.
Last time we posted on MXL, it was all about female vocals and the 770 mic. This time, let’s listen to a male voice and the tube version of the MXL Genesis condenser microphone.
Check out this no-nonsense demo of an MXL 770 condenser microphone on a female lead vocal track. No EQ and no compression added – just straight through the mic and to the DAW.
The CR Series by MXL Microphones are more than eye candy on mic stands. They also sound great. Just ask Musicplayers.com who hooked up a CR89 condenser in the studio.
This is one of those videos where a blogger unpacks a product. But why do I need to see that? Well, you don’t, but it is a nice way to get a first-hand impression of what is actually in the box.