Es gab „NEUE MIKROFONE“ fürs Studio
Geeeeiiiiilllle Sache… Wir haben uns neue Mikrofone zugelegt… „neuerer“ und „geilerer“ Sound 😉
Wir wollen Euch hier unsere neue Mikrofone Vorstellen:
MULTI-PATTERN FET STUDIO CONDENSER MICROPHONE
Kiwi is our flagship multi-pattern FET microphone, and defines the pinnacle of modern vocal and instrument recording. Born from our legacy of inimitable design and innovation, Kiwi delivers a world-class vocal sound to inspire once-in-a-lifetime performances. Nine selectable polar patterns provide unlimited creative freedom for any recording session. And the sound—shimmery, elegant top end with articulate midrange and full-bodied low end—has Kiwi winning out against the most revered vintage mics when it comes to capturing world-class vocal tracks.
Meet the RNR1 – the world’s first mic from Mr. Rupert Neve.
With custom transformers and discrete circuitry from the man behind the recording industry as we know it, the RNR1 hears more than any other ribbon on the planet.
Ribbon mics have been around for a long time, and have always been particularly prized for the exceptionally „natural“ sound they provide. Not too forward, never bright or shiny, they capture midrange detail with a pleasant intimacy and usually sit quite easily in a mix.
One downside of their mellow nature used to be physical delicacy, but that challenge was conquered long ago with more rugged, reliable materials. But the other main negative with ribbon mics is the high-frequency roll-off inherent in their design, which had never been dealt with until Rupert Neve – the father of the recording console – decided to make a microphone.
There’s a Voodoofor whatever you do.
The VR1, a passive ribbon to bring out the bite and edge from your guitar cabs with no muddy highs.
The VR2, an active ribbon that can take violins and voices right to the foreground of your listener’s stereo.
The Voodoo ribbon microphones from sE mark a new era for ribbon mic technology.
Until the Voodoo Series, the only ribbon mic in the world to perform across 20Hz-20kHz was our own Rupert Neve collaboration, the RNR1. This was achieved using state-of-the-art custom transformers and a Rupert Neve-designed circuit to reveal HF usually absent.
With the Voodoo mics, full frequency response is achieved using a clever mechanical device designed by Siwei Zou, the company CEO, and a hand-tensioned ribbon constructed by our highly specialized technicians in sE’s capsule room.