Excerpt: I love this microphone. I'm a professional voice over and recording artist (soprano vocal range). I use it together with my Audio Interface, Focusrite 2i2, and things are just dandy! I recently went to the Cutting Room Studios in NYC to get my R&B single mixed.
Excerpt: I've been using this mic for a few weeks now to record Voice Overs for commercial and documentary work. It was relatively easy to set up and hasn't taken long for me to get comfortable with. It dramitically improved the quality and professionalism of my VOs.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: I record "talking head" videos in front of a green screen. I used to use a lapel mounted lavalier. This gives me better sound, lovely rich, clear, extended bass, right the way through deliciously crisp but not exaggerated tops.
Excerpt: I've only had this mic for a couple weeks now, but so far so good. I bought it after having bad luck w/ the Rode NT1-A. The mic this was replacing was an old Blue Snowball, which served me well for a beginner mic.
Pros: beautiful, Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: I bought this for recording my podcast and the audio is superb. This package made it very easy to do one stop shopping and get everything I needed except the studio boom. I watched some comparison videos on YouTube comparing this to the Rode Procaster and Rode Podcaster and although they sounded...
Pros: All In One Solution, Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use
Excerpt: Wrote in a previous review that this pack comes with a table stand, which it DOES NOT. My bad. I think this guy just comes with the microphone shock mount and pop filter, both of which work perfectly well!