The creative process of mixing and colorizing recordings has greatly improved with recent advancements in processing software. Today, engineers can recreate the ambiance of a ribbon microphone, the clarity of a vintage instrument, or the unique sound of a venue. This innovation and creativity necessitates the purest recording as your starting point, requiring full fidelity data. Our precision condenser microphones deliver a true, flat signal across a wide frequency range, accurately capturing the sound waves to which it was exposed. This condenser signal is the real thing! We don’t want our microphones to have character. We believe that the color should be clear, the tone should be true, and there should be no unique sound added from our microphone.

The precision condenser microphone is different from a dynamic microphone. The high frequency sounds of a scorching guitar solo will have remarkable clarity with a PCB microphone, because the very fast impulse response time tracks transients better. We have designed microphones to capture the deep sounds of a kick drum, handling extremely high amplitudes without saturation.

Regardless of expected frequencies or sound pressure levels, we have the right microphone for the job. Our microphones produce a clean signal, and all of the control is in the hands of the audio engineer. If the produced song is a painter’s masterpiece, a PCB microphone delivers clean recording data as a blank canvas, maximizing flexibility for the engineer. This allows the artist to add the colors or effects of their choice.

Phase Relationship Between Microphones Chart

Delay differences between multiple microphones receiving sounds and outputting those sounds can make a mix “muddy.” Accurate relative phase between microphones will enable crisp reproduction of sound in the time domain and with tighter transients.