Studios 301 Sydney

"Australia’s only tier one recording studio"

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  • Microphones
    • AKG C 12 VR

      AKG C 12 VR

    • AKG C 414 B (x7)

      AKG C 414 B

    • AKG C 414 EB (x2)

      AKG C 414 EB

      The second generation of the classic C414 - also armed with the CK-12 capsule; the C414 EB (Brass)

    • AKG C 451 (x2)

      AKG C 451

      The AKG C451 is a small diaphragm condenser with a bright airy sound.

    • AKG D 112

      AKG D 112

    • AKG D 12

      AKG D 12

      AKG's classic mic. It brings the full solid thud sound which was very popular with drummers in the 50's.

    • AKG The Tube

      AKG The Tube

    • Beyerdynamic M 201

      Beyerdynamic M 201

      The specs for the 2001-era M 201 N(C) give a sensitivity rating higher than the currently shipping model — 2 mV/Pa rather than today’s version at 1.2 mV/Pa.
      Useful for snare drum, freak high-SPL situations where you still need good midrange clarity. If the SM57 were a microphone, it would sound like this.

    • Beyerdynamic M 88 (x2)

      Beyerdynamic M 88

    • Bruel & Kjaer 4006 (x2)

      Bruel & Kjaer 4006

    • Crown PZM (x2)

      Crown PZM

    • Electrovoice PL20

      Electrovoice PL20

    • Electrovoice RE20 Dynamic

      Electrovoice RE20 Dynamic

    • Milab CM-22 (x2)

      Milab CM-22

    • Neumann KM 184 (x8)

      Neumann KM 184

      The KM 184 has a gentle rise at about 9 kHz, a characteristic that was introduced very successfully with the KM 140. The result is a tonal balance that is fresher and livelier when compared to the KM 84 with its flat frequency response in that band.

    • Neumann KM 84 (x2)

      Neumann KM 84

    • Neumann KM 85 (x5)

      Neumann KM 85

    • Neumann TLM 170 (x4)

      Neumann TLM 170

    • Neumann TLM 50 (x2)

      Neumann TLM 50

    • Neumann U 47 FET (x2)

      Neumann U 47 FET

      he U 47 fet is an essential contributor to the 1960s and 1970s. As a secret weapon for recording producers eager to experiment, it was not only a top microphone for soloists, but also decisively affected the spatial dimension of the sound and the tonal depth of countless productions.

    • Neumann U 64 (x3)

      Neumann U 64

      The Neumann U 64 miniature condenser micro­phone differs from the well-known standard range of miniature micro­phones in the shape of the micro­phone head. The directional characteristic is cardioid. Special features of this micro­phone are the independence of the directional characteristic from frequency and a response ex­tend­ed to the high-frequency end. The miniature construction makes it par­tic­u­lar­ly suitable for unobtrusive use in film and television studios.

    • Neumann U 67 Tube

      Neumann U 67 Tube

      The Neumann U 67 is a multipattern large-diaphragm condenser microphone with a tube-and-transformer topology. It was introduced by Neumann in 1960 with the intention of replacing the U 47 in Neumann’s product line.

    • Neumann U 87 (x6)

      Neumann U 87

      The Neumann U87 features 3 switchable polar patterns and has a -10dB pad. A very popular microphone.

    • RCA 44-DX Ribbon

      RCA 44-DX Ribbon

    • RCA 77-DX Ribbon (x2)

      RCA 77-DX Ribbon

    • Royer R-121 Ribbon (x2)

      Royer R-121 Ribbon

      Like many of the best classic ribbon mics, the R-121 has a figure-8 pattern, output level comparable to a dynamic mic, and a warm, realistic tone and flat frequency response. But that's where the similarities end. By using advanced materials and a blend of cutting edge and old-school, hand-build construction techniques, the R-121 is an extremely versatile and user-friendly ribbon mic that can stand up to the most demanding tasks. Cranked up electric guitars, close up brass, drums - you name it, the R-121 will help you record it with realism you have to hear to believe.

    • Sanken CU-41

      Sanken CU-41

    • Scheops CMC5 (x9)

      Scheops CMC5

    • Sennheiser MD 421 (x5)

      Sennheiser MD 421

    • Shure SM57 (x6)

      Shure SM57

      The legendary SM57 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic microphone tuned for the clean reproduction of amplified and acoustic instruments. The SM57 is ideal for sound reinforcement and recording applications.

    • Shure SM58 (x2) Beta

      Shure SM58

      The legendary SM58 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic vocal microphone, tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction. The SM58 is consistently the first choice for vocal performances around the globe.

    • Switchcraft PZM

      Switchcraft PZM

    • Yamaha Subkick

      Yamaha Subkick