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Your tube mic is upside down

Friday, February 22nd, 2013 | by matthew mcglynn

Should tube microphones be used upside-down? Let’s separate the myth from the science.

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David Royer Interview

Monday, June 11th, 2012 | by matthew mcglynn

Exclusive interview with David Royer, microphone designer for Royer Labs and Mojave Audio, about his work with ribbon microphone design. We cover the history of the R-121 Ribbon in detail.

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NAMM Photos

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009 | by matthew mcglynn

Here are the highlights of my NAMM 2009 photos — Tama and Craviotto drums, mics from Cascade, Nady, Violet, AEA, Mojave, and some celebrity shots too. (Hey, we’re all fanboys inside, at least sometimes.)

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NAMM 2009 Microphone Roundup

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009 | by matthew mcglynn

Here’s a roundup of the 10 coolest new mics from NAMM 2009, and one mic I didn’t see but really meant to. New products from Royer, Mojave, MXL, Avant, ADK/3 Zigma, and Lauten, with photos, full specs, and insider info from my conversations with David Royer, Larry Villella, Ken Avant, and Brian Loudenslager.

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