Studio-Recording

Studio-Recording

Studiomikrofone, die mit Präzision, Detailtreue und minimalem Eigenrauschen aufnehmen.

Auf Details bedacht. Genau wie du.

Im Studio sind es oft kleinste Details, die den Unterschied zwischen „gut“ und „großartig“ ausmachen. Du bist bereit, alles in diesen einen Take zu stecken? Dann setze auf Mikrofone, die berühmt für ihre Wiedergabetreue sind.

Nimm den Klang in seiner reinsten Form auf, mit Großmembran- und Bändchen-Mikrofonen von Shure.

Sag uns, was du suchst

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Finneas
Martina Topley-Bird
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Annie Wagstaff
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20khz
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A recording studio.
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