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    Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic
    Your Price $199.0
  2. Audix USB12 USB Condenser Mic
    Your Price $149.0
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  3. Audix ADX51 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
    Your Price $229.0
  4. Audix M1255B Miniaturized Condenser Microphone
    Your Price $409.0
  5. Audix ADX10-FLP Miniature Electret Condenser Microphone for Flute
    Your Price $219.0
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  6. Audix CX112B Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic
    Your Price $299.0
  7. Audix UEM-81S Battery Powered Shotgun Condenser Microphone
    Your Price $299.0
  8. Audix MB5050-HC MicroBoom-50 with M1250-HC Hypercardioid Mic
    Your Price $599.0
  9. Audix TM1 Test and Measurement Mic
    Your Price $299.0
  10. Audix MB8455 MICROBOOM-84 With M1255B Microphone
    From Price $699.0
  11. Audix MB8450-HC MicroBoom-84 with M1250-HC Hypercardioid Mic
    Your Price $699.0
  12. Audix MB5055 MICROBOOM-50 With M1255B Microphone
    From Price $599.0
  13. Audix ADX60 Boundary Microphone
    Your Price $219.0
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  14. Audix CX212B Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic Multi-Pattern
    Your Price $399.0
  15. Audix SCX25A-PS Piano Microphone System
    Your Price $1,599.0
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More than any other piece of recording equipment, it's your microphones that will have the biggest impact on the sound quality of your compositions. While today's line of recording microphones has never been so extensive, many professional musicians and engineers agree that Audix recording microphones are the best. Since 1984, Audix has been exceeding the expectations of industry pros and amateur audiophiles alike with their innovative microphone designs. Just take a look through this section and you'll find recording microphones for drums, flutes, vocals and more.

Every serious audio engineer knows that a recording studio or home recording setup simply isn't complete without a top-notch condenser mic. Compared to dynamics, condenser microphones are more sensitive to loud sounds but have a stronger frequency and transient response. Condenser mics also require phantom power to operate, but the result is a sound that shimmers with detail. Audix offers a wide range of condenser microphones; for kick drums, there's the top-selling D6 Sub Impulse. In fact, the D6 boasts a frequency response of 30Hz-15kHz, so it's actually ideal for any instrument that requires low-frequency reproduction.

Another popular Audix recording microphone is the CX212B Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic Multi-Pattern. Live on stage or recording in the studio, this mic delivers a smooth, uniform frequency response for everything from vocals and string sections to ensembles and ambient room miking. Now, for those of you who record piano often, you'll definitely benefit from including the SCX25A-PS Piano Microphone System in your setup. Featuring a pair of SCX25A mics with patented capsule suspension system, two DCLIP mic clips and two CBL-20 cables, this collection is just what you need to achieve a piano recording with exceptional detail and purity.

And there are many other Audix recording microphones here, and you better believe they're worth your consideration. After all, we're talking about Audix: a leading microphone manufacturer for over 30 years. Make no mistake, if you're searching for a new way to improve the quality of your recordings, Audix has more than enough answers waiting in this catalog.
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