I’ve been a fan of Studio Projects Microphones for years. I have a pair of C3’s in my studio and have recorded most of the vocals for my band Needle with these mics. In this video, Brent Casey shows us the Studio Projects CS1 along with the CS1000 Recording Bundle. The package has almost everything you need to start your next recording session including a CS1 mic, an XLR cable, a windscreen, a shock mount, a handy pouch, and the CS1 manual.
From Studio Projects’ Website:
The Studio Projects CS1 is an externally polarized cardioid pressure gradient transducer microphones with FET impedance converter. The capsule is a 1.06” (27mm) capsule, with a diaphragm thickness of 6µm. It features four selectable pads, four high pass filters, and four low pass filters for added control in various recording applications and a clear, full response expected from a large capsule microphone design.
Versatility is key in the recording arena, and the Studio Projects CS1 is well equipped to handle any recording application. It is designed to deliver the finest quality vocal and instrumental recordings and will serve to enhance any professional or project studio.
As a result of uncompromising dedication and advanced production capabilities, Studio Projects will continue to broaden the range of quality pro audio microphones & electronics for today’s recording environment.
• Close miking of instruments with high sound pressure levels
• Announcer’s mic for broadcasting/dubbing
• Home recording and project studios
• Vocalist recording
• Spot mic for: wind instruments, strings, percussion and guitar amps
• XY – Coincident Cardioids
• Mid-Side Method
• Stereosonic Technique (Blumlein)
For more information, please visit www.studioprojects.com