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Rode Procaster Broadcast Dynamic Vocal Microphone
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Rode Procaster Broadcast Dynamic Vocal Microphone

Defeat unwanted background room noise with the Rode Procaster. This dynamic vocal microphone's tight pickup pattern shines in home recording setups.

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Submitted December 14, 2012 by Mike B in Pasadena, CA
"I have two of these and buying two more"
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The Procaster is a fantastic microphone. It surpassed my expectations. Comparable to the RE20 and in my opinion better than the MD421 as stated in another review. The construction is very high quality. Great for broadcast. Great for voiceover work as well. Also for vocalists. I'm buying two more to do my roundtable podcast discussion and radio show productions. I would suggest when buying this mic to just go ahead and get the shockmount with it. It's sensitive to picking up handling noise or transfer of any rumble on a normal mic stand without a shockmount.
Musical Background:
Music / Entertainment professional for 13 yrs. Voiceover, producer engineer, broadcast.
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Submitted April 2, 2015 by Ken Shaw in Brooklyn, NY
"Excellent Large Dynamic Microphone"
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This is an excellent mic! I use it for radio vocals and voice recordings. Results are clear, well balanced, accurate and full range. Sometimes a touch of EQ is needed to soften the lows a bit since I have a lower baritone voice. Very pleased. I had a pinch of low level hum picked-up by the dynamic capsule until I moved my computer UPS a few feet further away. This mic seems to be a bit more prone to reacting to stray inductance than my RE20. Not really an issue. Also, a low freq roll-off switch is missing. Otherwise, it's a keeper!
Musical Background:
The Mic is not used for music - Although I enjoy playing my Hammond Organ
Musical Style:
Pop music and ragtime
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Submitted January 22, 2012 by Pat M in Gabriola Island, BC
"STUDIO GRADE / works LIVE AS WELL.... at least as good as SENN 421 !!!!!!"
this mic blew my mind. i was getting back into sennhieser 421 again, the original and new..i found that my fancy cables and preamps made dynamics applicable as first line mic choices. same time, the PROCASTER comes out, its even better, and has enough room for boost circuits, or full remote mic preamps, tube circuits even. AND it works live. SO nice not not have a lot of crosstalk when i am editing off the floor live takes. the M1 is cheaper, but VERY SIMILAR if you get my drift. take the covers off when recording acoustic sources, and its nicer than a ton of expensive condensers.
Musical Background:
35 years playing, designing high end equipment, restoring and modding vingage.
Musical Style:
yes, i am very stylish.
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Submitted March 6, 2017 by Tyriek W in Richmond, VA
"Great Mic For a Great Price"
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Got this bad boy and I don't regret it, I purchased it for my home studio set up because my RodeNT1A is a great mic but I needed something that didn't compromise quality but would reject a lot of room noise, Rode procaster in my opinion is very comparable to the SM7B
Musical Background:
Music Producer, Drummer, Audio Engineer
Musical Style:
Rap,Pop, Gospel
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