The Reflexion Filter is basically a portable device for recording live sound sources with reduced room ambience. It is an advanced composite wall which is positioned behind any microphone by means of a variable position stand clamp assembly which ships with the product. The main function is to help obtain a ‘dry’ vocal or instrument recording. This is especially useful in studios without proper acoustic treatment, but can also be used to help record takes in control rooms, where the performer also has to operate the recording device, or in rehearsal studios to reduce ambient noise.
The perfect suspension shock mount for the Procaster or Podcaster, the PSM1 provides isolation from external vibrations which can translate as low frequency noise or manipulate the microphone position. The PSM1 gives you confidence when using your microphone in environments where there is any movement that may interfere with the microphones performance.
Suits the RØDE S1 and is the perfect companion for the microphone on the road.
The RM1 has a thread adaptor to allow it to connect to any microphone stand thread size, while still allowing for the unit's ultra tight cardioid polar pattern to be implemented without worrying about blocking any area of the microphones pick up.
The RM3 suits the RØDE NT3, NT4 and M3. This lightweight stand mount effectively secures your microphone to the stand without interfering with its polarity or frequency response.
Using RØDE stand mounts ensures that your microphones performance is not interfered with. Inferior stand mounts hamper the pick up patterns and frequency response of a number of microphones as they are not designed to exact specifications, nor do they undertake rigorous testing.
A collapsible mini tripod designed for the RØDE VideoMic, mounting via a 1/4" adaptor. The tripod allows you to mount the microphone on any surface that will give you a concentrated and centralized location for picking up sound.
It provides 360 degree rotation and a wide angle of vertical adjustment.
The ONE Mic Mount is a specially designed mount crafted to attach to any standard microphone stand and securely hold ONE in place when using the internal condenser microphone. With the mic mount, ONE can be placed at any angle during recording while also allowing access to the output, USB, and breakout connections.
Spare part - specially ordered - may not ship immediately, please call for clarification.
TAMA's unique boom tilter clamps the arm holder much more securely than standard designs, which only pinch the holder at two narrow points. Instead the TAMA design holds the arm with entire interior surface of the U-clamp.
iLok 3 - What is an iLok? How does it work and why do I need one?
An iLok is a special USB device that holds your licenses for iLok-protected software. Software publishers use the iLok to provide secure protection for their software. When you run the iLok-protected software, it looks for your license on your attached iLok.
It's portable - Authorize your software anywhere it is installed. From home, work, or remote location; your licenses are with you, not your computer.
It's convenient and cross-platform - Store your Mac and Windows iLok-enabled software licenses all on a single iLok. An ...
The Primacoustic VoxGuard is a high performance ambient noise absorber designed to surround the microphone and reduce unwanted sounds from contaminating the recording. This nearfield absorber works by creating an acoustic boundary around the microphone that at once contains the voice while eliminating room reflections.
Unlike other similar offerings that employ complex steel parts that are both heavy and cumbersome, the VoxGuard is light weight and extremely easy to use. It starts with a ...
The KickStand is a heavy microphone boom-arm isolator (mic boom arm not included) that combines a massive stabilizing base with an isolation pad to eliminate resonance from the stage, drum riser and studio floor from entering the microphone. A common problem with bass guitar and kick drum is resonance on a live stage. This is generally caused by low frequencies coupling with the wood flooring which will combine with the instrument at certain frequencies and generate unwanted peaks and valleys. Another problem is the physical vibration from the kick drum pedal and low-end from the PA system that causes the ...