Neumann U47 is widely considered the all-time greatest studio vocal mic, so when newcomer MXL Revelation went head-to-head with the champion no-one expected this result.
Short and sweet. This demo shows exactly what adding a low-frequency capture mic to your kick drum means for your overall sound – and what you’ve been missing out on.
Vocalist and producer of Kaura, Malcolm Guess, was blown away by how the MXL Genesis tube microphone nailed his vocal tracks right out of the box.
MXL explains some of the design thoughts behind their CR-77. If you look at it, you might expect a studio mic, but in fact it was born to take the lead on the stage.
Sometimes, reviewers can get away with describing a given product in plain words. But now always. The Solomon LoFReQ subsonic microphone needs to be heard.
Recording Magazine took a look at the MXL CR89 large condenser mic, and one of the best approaches when evaluating products is to use them in a real world context.
Graham from The Recording Revolution gave himself a challenge. He wanted to record an entire album using nothing but an MXL Cube condenser to capture everything.
The MXL CR89 microphone has created some fuzz in the studio business, being a very affordable piece of equipment, at a very competitive price. Check out the video review.
Solomon Mics at the Summer NAMM show, being video interviewed by Sound on Sound Magazine. Get some insight on the very cool LoFreq microphones!
Jason Groves from Sneak Attack Recording, goes through the versatile V67G, which is one of the most sold condenser microphones in the world, and affordable too!