Buying the best boundary microphone will benefit your audio capturing in many ways, especially if you’re in need of some certain applications, such as conferences, churches, meetings, desktops, specific instruments and more. They’re not necessarily the most “popular” type of mic (although the internal build is since it’s technically a condenser microphone, more particularly small-diaphragm); however, if you feel a boundary mic is something you’ll benefit from, you’ve come to the right place. There are some amazing models out there to look at, so we compiled a list below to give you the options of the best boundary microphones in the market today.
Tube microphones are a considered by some an ancient artifact, while others (including us) say they’re just the right solution if you’re aiming for a particular sound and feel of your recordings. Whether you’re recording vocals, playing string instruments such as violin, piano or acoustic guitar, or even some for drums, the best tube microphones are going to give you that extra edge and “feel” many of us are all in love with when it comes to specific microphone personalities. Since we think tube mics still have a use today in today’s “advanced” and “electronic” movement, we wanted to compile a list for those who are still searching for their timeless solution. Let’s get into today’s picks.
Which microphone is the best for me? How do I choose which microphone to buy? These are a few common questions we’ve been getting for a while now, and to help we’ve decided to compile the ultimate list of all types of mics out there and who they’re best suited for. We’ll also provide our best picks for each of the different mic types to give you our recommendations. Before we delve into the types and picks however, let’s try to constrain our search and eliminate some of the factors that we feel are important depending on each reader today.
The best small-diaphragm condenser microphones bring us into a pretty niche-specific type of mic to review today. As we’ve seen microphones come in different shapes, sizes, aesthetics and personalities, today we’ve got some great solutions for recording and performing those bright and sharp overtones. Although it will ultimately depend on your budget, exact intended use, and your preferred brand (at least for some), we’ve chosen a few of our favorites to give you some options. But first, what exactly is a small-diaphragm mic?
Searching through the rubble to find the best microphone under $100 can be tough, so today we wanted to focus on this specific price-point to help your shopping endeavors. As we’ve seen thus far in many of our shopping guides, microphones come in many different shapes and sizes to help accompany many different types of applications and people. That’s why finding the absolute best microphone under $100 may be a tough answer to completely answer, so today we found a list of our favorite mics of all time that fall under a Benjamin. Let’s take a look at what we found.