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Warm Audio WA-47
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Description

The WA-47 is an all vacuum tube, large diaphragm, transformer balanced, multi-pattern (9), large condenser microphone, based on the classic ‘47 that has been used on countless hit records for the last 50+ years. The WA-47 is designed for pro studio, home studio, live, and broadcast applications and sounds great on vocals, acoustic/electric guitars, acoustic/electric bass, drums, piano, strings, brass/woodwind instruments, and an array of other sources.

The classic ‘47 became extremely popular as a vocal microphone in the 1960’s and is now considered one of the greatest microphones ever made. The classic ‘47 mic is still widely used today in professional recording studios but has become extremely rare and expensive to acquire. We at Warm Audio are very excited to bring this all vacuum tube, large diaphragm, transformer balanced, '47 style, large condenser microphone to the market at such an affordable price. We feel confident that you will enjoy a lifetime of beautiful recordings with the WA-47.

Discussions

Warm Audio Introduces WA-47 Tube Condenser Microphone

Are there any WA-47 owners located in Berlin out there? Interested in doing a shootout between your Warm Audio WA-47 and a Golden Age Premier GA-47 and a real vintage Neumann U47? I'll do a mic shoot out this Friday afternoon and was supposed to get a WA-47 for the test, but the german distributor had...

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Warm Audio introduces WA-87 R2: Updated And Upgraded

...like a "comfy old shoe". And I mean that with the greatest respect. Not flashy, but "right". I really liked that the WA-47 R2-, didn't sound like it had the modern U87ai Upper Mid "Bite", which makes it problematic on a sibilant singer (like me). To be fair to the original Warm version, I've heard some really excellent...

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Choosing a Condenser Mic

I am curious to hear the Aston Mics...lots of praise from experienced engineers. Also interested in the WA-47. They both look to be great value. Is the Aston quite a bit brighter than the 47?

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