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At first glance of the NTR you’re aware that it’s very special and unique – an intricate blend of art and science. Designed to hang in the world’s finest recording studios and performance halls equally as well as home studio spaces, its existence is a labour of love for RØDE. Every element of the NTR, from the transformer to the ribbon element itself, has been designed and created in-house at RØDE’s headquarters in Sydney, Australia. All with the aim of crafting the finest ribbon microphone available. Sonically, the NTR is capable of reproducing unprecedented high frequency detail and accuracy, addressing common criticisms of other ribbon microphones, while opening up the possible usage scenarios considerably. This allows it to record sound sources that usually require a more sensitive microphone element.


new Rode Ribbon on the way

here are some production videos and audio samples of the ribbon mic: Introducing the RØDE NTR, Active Studio Ribbon Microphone from RØDE

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Musikmesse 2015: Highlights Day 1

...options. Lovely guys! Akai Professional Debuts New MIDImix at Musikmesse Neve 1073DPX Neve 1073DPX WesAudio _Mimas - 1176 style compressor with digital control AMS Neve - Genesys Black WesAudio Beta76 - 1176 style compressor Coming soon - The Wes Audio Titan rack (Ethernet/USB) Vicoustic Acoustic Treatment and Insulation Vicoustic Acoustic Treatment and Insulation Vicoustic Acoustic Treatment and Insulation Vicoustic Acoustic Treatment and Insulation TELEFUNKEN announces...

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Ribbons x3

At first glance I thought this was a Rode NTR ribbon in Faulkner spaced array setting....but it seems to be an ORTF pair of condensor mics (Beyer, A-T ?) There's that annoying image shift in her voice as she moves, but otherwise the rendition of the band is pretty good...I'm assuming this is a...

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