Does rode NT1A need phantom power?
Yes phantom power is required for any condenser microphone, including the Rode nt1a, the Rode nt1 and the Audio Technica AT2020, in order for them to function correctly.
Who uses Rode NT1?
Used by John Lennon, Rod Stewart, Billy Idol, and much more. Rode NT1A – Self-proclaimed as one of the quietest mics in the business. This means you don’t have to worry about any low hums or mic noise entering your recordings.
Which audio interface is best for Rode NT1A?
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
What interface should I get for the Rode NT1-A? Which interface you use doesn’t make a difference whether you’re using the NT1-A or a different XLR microphone. We recommend the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 for most people, but you can check out our list of the best USB interfaces to decide for yourself.
Is NT1 good for vocals?
With this in mind, we reckon the NT1 would sound good on just about anything – even amplified electric guitar, but it really shines on vocals and acoustic guitar. The mid-range clarity really helps vocals sit well in the mix. Don’t forget to use the pop filter.
Is the rode nt1000 a solid-state MIC?
Paul White tests the solid‑state counterpart to Rode’s recent NTK valve mic. Rode’s new NT1000 is a cardioid‑pattern, large‑diaphragm studio mic that, from the frequency curve supplied, seems to use the same true capacitor capsule as their recently released NTK tube model, which I reviewed back in SOS July 2001.
What is the nt1000 used for?
The NT1000 is a versatile large-diaphragm condenser microphone designed to deliver exceptional results when recording both vocals and instruments. With ultra-low self-noise of just 6dBA and full frequency response, it is a workhorse studio microphone that offers stunning detail and clarity on everything from vocals to piano to drum overheads.
Does the rode nt1000 have a LF cut switch?
No LF cut switch. The Rode NT1000 costs a little more than the first line of entry‑level capacitor mics, but its good build quality and smoothness of tone make it worth the extra.
Is the nt1000 a true capacitor capsule mic?
Rode’s new NT1000 is a cardioid‑pattern, large‑diaphragm studio mic that, from the frequency curve supplied, seems to use the same true capacitor capsule as their recently released NTK tube model, which I reviewed back in SOS July 2001.