Studio-opnames

Studio-opnames

Studiomicrofoons voor opnames met precisie, detail en een absoluut minimum aan bijgeluiden.

Het zit 'm in de details.

In de studio kan elk detail het verschil betekenen tussen gewoon goed en absoluut geweldig. Dus als jij je helemaal geeft, dan moet je microfoon dat ook doen.

Voor in de studio biedt Shure verschillende soorten microfoons – side-address, probe en band – om jouw geluid in zijn zuiverste vorm vast te leggen. En daar gaat het toch om?

Vertel ons wat je nodig hebt

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Martina Topley-Bird
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