Recording Rode Microphones Condenser Microphones
The original Rode microphone was the Rode NT-1 (derived from the affectionate nickname fans gave Freedman's first model: "Rodent-1"). Unlike the earliest version that was modified from a third party design, today's NT-1 is engineered and built in-house at Rode - and it's available packed with accessories in the Rode Microphones NT1-A Condenser Mic Bundle, so if you're looking to get a studio off the ground with a complete starter kit, it's a great suggestion. Of course, there are plenty of other models in the modern Rode Microphones lineup, which also includes a wide variety of specialty mics like the NTG3 Shotgun Microphone for focused recording and the VideoMic GO On-Camera Shotgun Microphone for mobile setups.
Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and when it comes to recording, Rode Microphones condenser microphones have all kinds of it to offer. Whether you're laying tracks in a home hobby studio, upgrading equipment in a professional setting or looking for a specialized recording mic to handle a production with unique needs, you can find something in Rode's lineup to suit. The best microphone for the job is always going to depend on just what that job happens to be, so go ahead and check out the complete Rode Microphones lineup - that perfect microphone could be waiting for you right here.