A great all-around choice for vocals, voiceover, guitar cabs, percussion and more, this cardioid large-diaphragm condenser compares to mics twice the price!
Inspired by the classic Neumann U47 FET microphone, Audio-Technica designed the AT4047SV to give you that big, rich vintage sound -- on a home-studio budget.
A favorite of home studio artists on a budget, this small-diaphragm cardioid condenser comes with a shockmount, switchable low-frequency cut and -10 dB pad.
Start capturing vocals in your home studio with this fixed-cardioid large-diaphragm condenser microphone and included shock mount.
Switch between cardioid, omnidirectional, and figure-8 pickup patterns with the AT2050 microphone -- a multi-pattern version of the Audio-Technica AT2020.
Known for its accurate, open sound, this side-address large-diaphragm condenser handles up to 148 dB SPL -- great on guitar cabs, drum overheads, and more.
Record everything with this versatile, studio-quality multi-pattern microphone from Audio-Technica.
A budget-friendly "first condenser" for home studios, PreSonus' M7 microphone is great for vocals and voiceover, and handles louder sources up to 134 dB SPL.
An awesomely affordable studio staple with a clear, up-front presence, the transformerless AT4033 is a natural on everything from guitar cabinets to vocals.
Need a mic for live streaming? With a sleek black finish and glowing red LEDs, the MXL 990 Blaze large-diaphragm condenser microphone looks great on camera.
Dial in rich, warm tube sounds on vocals, drums and more. MXL's 2nd-gen flagship microphone, the Revelation II offers continuously variable pickup patterns.
Home studio recording? Try the V67G large-diaphragm condenser microphone on vocals. MXL is known for delivering workhorse microphones at affordable prices.
Built for recording vocals, voiceover, guitar, and more, the PX-1 large-diaphragm condenser mic delivers PreSonus sound quality for a budget-friendly price.