Studio/recording microphones

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Choosing the right type of microphone for your recording requirements is important for the end results. Whether you are looking for a recording studio mic, studio quality microphone, music recording microphone, handheld or other type of professional mic, you can search our brand range to see the latest stock available. You can buy a professional microphone from one of our friendly pro AV dealers, who are happy to help you to make the right equipment choice. Find a dealer near you and contact them directly using our website dealer finder.

A recording studio is generally a very controlled environment, where the ability to keep recording until you are happy is possible. When choosing a professional microphone for a recording studio, there are different studio microphone types to choose from. The choice of which studio recording mic to use depends on the size of the studio and the types of content you are recording.

A new trend is the growth of project studios, which are home studio set ups for recording music, podcasts, and videos. Whether the studio is set up for a work from home professional, or an amateur music maker, generally the microphone chosen is simple, convenient and easy to use to deliver clear quality audio.

A professional recording microphone can also be used outside of a studio environment, both outdoors and indoors. In the outdoors, DPA Microphones are built to handle extreme weather conditions – from harsh desert environments, lush damp rainforests, even Antarctica and Mars! Their small omnidirectional lavalier microphones can be concealed on a person or object to capture sound.

How to choose a professional microphone? The types of recording microphones for different requirements are:

Condenser microphone – this is a microphone in which the diaphragm is one plate of a capacitor. They are a very typical type of microphone used in a recording studio and are ideal for recording vocals and acoustic instruments. Recording at wide frequency, they are known to be highly sensitive and very accurate. All DPA Microphones are condenser microphones with an extensive range of applications for professional microphones from recording studios to live production, broadcast applications and installed mics in commercial environments .

Dynamic microphone - a microphone with an electrodynamic transducer; either moving coil or ribbon microphone. A dynamic microphone is a more tradition style of microphone and is mostly used in a stage environment although they can be used in a recording studio. JTS Professional offer dynamic microphones for live sound production as well as studio mics.

DPA Microphones products are used across a broad cross-section on industries ranging from recording studios, professional broadcast, live performers, stage productions and touring artists.

In a recording studio environment, DPA Microphones offer modular capsules and preamplifiers to create superior sound for a high-quality studio recording microphone. With a design featuring no transformer, this ensures extremely low noise and unparalleled off-axis response. The range is extensive and offers you superb-sounding microphones with any type of pickup pattern required for your specific needs. 

Featuring best-in-class directional performance, the DPA recording microphones range gives you complete control over the sound you create. The recording microphone range consists of DPA’s cardioid and supercardioid recording unidirectional microphones with interchangeable microphone capsules, preamps and accessories for the ultimate in flexibility for all music, film and broadcast recording applications in the recording studio or on the stage.

JTS Professional offer large diaphragm recording studio microphones for those who need a more affordable price. JTS Microphones Professional have the gear to deliver the sound you need for a studio performance. Their studio microphones are powered with either wired or wireless connection, some with USB.

All of our microphone brands come with a range of accessories to add to your microphone kit.

How to set up a professional microphone?

When setting up a recording studio mic, consider the following:

  • You need a good microphone and playback chain

Choose the right acoustic setting for voice and style

Most common positioning is frontal close placement, starting point of around 4 inches

Other choices are frontal loose placement, top head placement and lower chest placement

How much does a professional microphone cost?

The cost depends entirely on your requirements. You can search online via our dealer finder to connect with one of our resellers who can support you to choose a professional studio microphone to suit your needs and budget.

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