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Audio-Technica AT4047MP
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Audio-Technica’s AT4047MP delivers vintage sound in a multi-pattern design with selectable omnidirectional, cardioid, and figure-of-eight polar patterns. The microphone’s transformer-coupled output and specially tuned element provide sonic characteristics reminiscent of early F.E.T. studio microphone designs. With a wide dynamic range, incredibly low self-noise and high SPL capability, this versatile microphone excels on vocals, strings, acoustic guitar, instrument ensembles, small vocal groups and voiceovers.


audio technica at4047mp

I have a pair of AT4047MP. I don't know if it is different in cardioide mode to the SV model. These sound sweet. Less proximity effect than the AT4050, I think. No harsh, but they have a presence that put the voices in the mixes perfectly. You needn't to equalize. Clear, fat, big. You...

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