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Review on Neumann TLM Condenser Microphone Cardioid by Jnis Ginters ᠌

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The perfect product for any user!

This microphone will not disappoint anyone. As the only one, it's a great option. Although, I am far from thinking that this microphone will be the only one. Most likely the only microphone will be cheaper. But for its price you can take acomuple of quite decent monitors. For what I love him all the more, it's for the ease of stacking even the mostcommplex voice into the mostcommplex, squeezed mix. Generally effortlesscommpared to other microphones. For example, we have acommpressed plywood as MP3 128 and an unprofessional vocalist. Everything happens very easily. It's amazing where itcommes from. As an example, right now I downloaded MP3 128 plywood, pinched, with distortions. This mic himself mumbled something with hiscommpletely imperfect voice. Just added acommpressor for clarity and a reverb for stereo. And that's all. Here: The microphone can be put into the nozzle of a jet aircraft, there will be no overload. Great for picking up guitar amps. Despite the allegedly built-in pop filter (in reality, yes, there is, a thin layer of foamrubber under the grille), you still need to use an external one. "p" and "b" break through without it. A native spider is expensive, fortunately - you can buy a suitable one 10 times cheaper than from the manufacturer. And the case is also not a problem. The main thing is not to throw out the micropork from its original box, use it for packing in the purchased case.

  • Versatility Quality Price Overload capacity Low noise Easy to blend into the mix
  • Small (sometimes good, sometimes bad) No case Spider (native) is expensive