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Microphones & Wireless Systems
CAD Recording Microphones
One of the quickest ways to improve your studio recording setup is with a great microphone. Of course which mic you pick is going to depend on the type of sound you want to achieve. Are you looking for warm, crisp, booming, shimmering or vintage audio? Do you record vocals or instruments? What are the acoustics like in your space? There are many things to take into consideration, whether you're a professional sound engineer or you're outfitting a home studio for the first time--and lots of terrific options in CAD recording microphones to get you started. The company has been around since 1931 and many audio pros and artists use their gear. Here are some CAD mics to think about before making a decision.
If you're working on pro recording projects, the CAD Equitek E100S Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic is worth considering, especially if you're dealing with noise issues from fans or computers. It has an extremely low noise floor for its class and delivers smooth, vintage tone with a robust low end even in less-than-soundproof acoustic environments. The nickel-plated 1-inch capsule ensures accurate phasing on instruments and full, rich vocal tones. With its extended low-frequency response, this is an easy-to-use CAD mic that's very versatile so that you can record vocals, acoustic instruments, percussion and more. You'll like it when you're laying down tracks, but keep in mind that this super quiet condenser mic provides the clear sound you're after if you're performing on stage too.
For home studios, the CAD GXL3000BP Multi-Pattern Condenser Microphone is a well-rounded choice. Its impressive low noise ratio and pickup patterns make it perfect for voiceover work, choirs, acoustic music, guitar or bass cabinets, piano and more. With a 1-inch diaphragm gold-sputtered capsule, hi-pass filter and multi-pattern condenser, this top seller boosts upper mids and highs plus provides extra air, cut and clarity. Not only is it a good, sturdy condenser mic, but it's finished in black pearl chrome for a sleek, polished appearance that lends a professional vibe to the hobbyist's recording studio.
When you want to get just the right sound, the right microphone is a must. As you can see, CAD offers a large selection of world-class audio gear for different applications. After decades of innovation and success, the company has developed high-quality mics that are also affordable so that pros and amateurs alike can produce the accurate, crystal-clear recordings they've always wanted.