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Rode NT1

"Though this is a very straightforward mic with no pattern switching, no pads, and no filters, it has classic looks, a build quality that can't be faulted, and a warm, flattering sound that doesn't go so far as to introduce unnatural coloration. Most sales will probably go to project studio owners, though the performance is well up to the level of big-league studio work, so I wouldn't be surprised to see a number of these mics appearing in mic lockers alongside the more established names. As an acoustic instrument mic, the NT1 also does extremely well; and, though I wouldn't let a drummer get within a stick's length of one, a pair would also make great drum overheads." - Paul White, Sound on Sound

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