Excerpt: This is my first SDC mic.Amazing acoustic sound on a fairly economical budget. I use this at home in a plain bedroom and the guitar sounds amazing, very full bass. I would recommend this to anyone!
Excerpt: We now have four Audio-Technica Pro 37's. They are used in a house of worship setting for instruments, two on the piano and two that rotate picking up the bell choir and occasionally micing other instruments such as guitars and cellos. On occasion they have even been used for voice. We find the Pro 37 to be a versatile condenser microphone that has never let us down. I really can't find anything negative to report.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: I heard about this mic from reading interviews with recording engineers in TapeOp mag. It seemed to be a well regarded "secret weapon" so I was intrigued enough to buy one. The price is certainly great. I tested this mic running through a FWRAudio RNP (pre) & RNC (comp) combo via a MOTU 828 then into GarageBand. It was up against my German Sennheiser e614 and my Russian Oktava MK_012-01, both similar mics.
Excerpt: I use this microphone to record my acoustic guitar, as well as for micing my half stack to get exactly the sound I want. It sounds great, has a crisp quality to it, and I've heard of others using this for overhead micing on drums. If you do this use the xy pattern to eliminate phase cancellation, and your mix will sound better. For this price, it is a great stocking stuffer.
Pros: Crisp, Durable, Great Sound Quality, Lightweight, Simple Use