Daru Jones has become the go-to drummer in Hip Hop, and we all know that in Hip Hop the currency that really matters is gold. That’s why the Daru Jones LoFReQ signature model is in sparkling gold!
The CR Series from MXL Microphones look as great as they sound. These black chrome babies were created for stages – and for stunning with their sleek look and warm tone.
The Solomon LoFReQ sub kick has only one purpose. To fatten up your bass drum. And in this short demo, you get to hear exactly that – and only that.
Sound on Sound’s Editor in Chief, Paul White, tests the Genesis tube condenser by MXL on a wide variety of sound sources and finds it very versatile indeed.
Daru Jones has his very own gold-sparkling signature version of the kick-ass kick mic from Solomon. Check out as he takes it out for a spin in the studio in this video.
The MXL 770 has received lots of praise for its warm tone and versatility. This review by Podcastage is no exception, as it tested on electric and acoustic guitar as well as vocals.
Solomon’s brilliant sub kick mic – The LoFeQ – is not just for super-subby R’n’B and Hip Hop grooves. That extra low punch will definitely also benefit a hard rock mix.
This is about as hands-on as it gets. Veteran mic reviewer Bandrew Scott of Podcastage offers a straightforward appraisal of the CR-77 Dynamic Stage Vocal Microphone from MXL.
Online session drummer, Michael Keane, demonstrates how he lays down and records tracks for his clients, using the LoFReQ sub-frequency mic to perfectly capture the kick.
The Kaleidostars perform their bright and cheerful folk tune “From Here” while a competent quartet of MXL mics work their magic on the vocals, guitars, and percussion.