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RØDE's NT1-A has been a popular mic since it was introduced in 2003. To help make it a complete recording...
The NT5 is a true condenser mic specifically designed for optimum instrument recording. It performs well on...
The mic of choice when recording in any demanding environmental condition where condensation is an issue. With...
The RØDE K2 is an amazingly quiet and versatile tube microphone designed with RØDE's TYPE HF-1 dual-diaphragm...
No phantom power — no problem!
A shockmount designed to work on shotgun microphones.
The RÃDE NT2000 is the world's first fully variable control microphone. The heart of this microphone is the...
2 heads are better than one!
Studio quality in a live vocal mic.
When you have the drive and passion to succeed, sometimes the simplest project can make all the difference in your career. That doesn't just go for performing - it's true for pro audio manufacturers as well. Rode microphones and wireless systems wouldn't be what they are today if it wasn't for Peter Freedman taking a chance on some microphones he bought to save his father's electronics business in 1987. He opened those mics up, made some custom modifications, and created the original Rode NT-1 microphones. With that single move, he started the process of turning a struggling small business into a world-renowned microphone maker.
Today, you can still find the NT-1 in Rode's lineup. They're not homemade modifications to imported mics anymore, though: now they're designed and built entirely in-house. They're also no longer alone in the catalog - in the decades since 1987, they've been joined by a series of broadcast and studio mics including the NTK, NT2-A, NT3, NT4 stereo and Procaster dynamic microphones. There are also the S1 Pro, M1 and M2 handheld dynamic mics as well as NTG1, 2 and 3 shotgun microphones... and those are just the tip of the iceberg.
Some of the newer additions to the Rode family are their portable recording options. Choosing one of these mics will depend on the type of recording that you do. For instance, the VideoMic Pro Super Cardioid Condenser Mic and VideoMic Directional On-Camera Microphone are perfect for DSLR videographers. Some of Rode's studio mics, like the NT-USB Condenser Microphone, feature a versatile USB connection so you can use them with a laptop to set up a portable recording studio quickly and easily.
It can be tough for a company to earn the trust of musicians and studio professionals, but if there's one mic manufacturer that deserves it, that's Rode. They came from humble beginnings and put themselves on the map with pure hard work and products that outperformed the competition. Today, Rode microphones and wireless systems are still top contenders worthy of any studio, stage or broadcasting booth.