Audio-Technica AT4040 vs AKG C214 Review

These companies are two big names in the recording industry. If you’re looking to upgrade your equipment, you can’t go wrong choosing one of these microphones. Which one will be the best for your studio? Let’s look at them both to decide. Audio-Technica AT4040 Cardioid Condenser Microphone Most sound engineers and recording artists prefer condenser … Read more

Neumann TLM-103 vs U87 Review

Neumann microphones have been an integral part of the sound recording and broadcast industry for over seventy years. Seeing one of their microphones in the studio is like a guarantee that professionals work there. Famous performers like the Beatles, Celine Dion, and Beyoncé have used Neumann mics. Let’s look at these two models and see … Read more

Rode M5 vs NT5 Review

Whether you’re recording ambient sound, a choir, a single instrument, or an orchestra, these compact condenser microphones may be just what you need. They will help make rich and clear recordings in the studio or during live performances. Let’s look at both mic sets and see which one is best for you.       … Read more

Rode NTG1 vs NTG2 vs NTG3 Review

Are you shooting a film? Interviewing players at sports events? Doing news broadcasts?A good shotgun mic will focus in on the sounds you want and ignore ambient noise. Let’s examine these three by RODE to see which one is best for you. Rode NTG1 Condenser Shotgun Microphone The NTG1 rejects rear and axis sound with … Read more

Sennheiser MKE 600 vs ME66 Review

Shotguns microphones are ideal for interviews in crowded scenes and sporting events. They pick up sound in just one direction and ignore noise from the side and rear. Let’s look at these two shotgun mics from Sennheiser and see which one will be the best for you. Sennheiser MKE 600 Camcorder Shotgun Microphone The MKE600 … Read more