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Use the 4 application-specific microphones in the DRDK 4-Piece Drum Mic Kit to capture the punch, detail, and...
Designed to fit perfectly in your hand and give you room to groove, the Red Howler is a dynamic,...
Capture your complete drum kit for live performance or studio recording with the DRDK 7 Drum Microphone Kit....
The DRV100 is extremely affordable all-around stage vocal mic with a 50Hz - 15kHz frequency response.
To get great results coming out of your speakers, it takes a clear, high-quality signal going in at the other end. Digital Reference microphones are more than up to the task, with broad frequency response and solid performance for any musical style. Well-built and reliable, these are mics you can count on to perform for gig after gig. The first step to picking out a microphone is knowing what you'll be using it for. The straightforward lineup of Digital Reference mics makes it easy to match the model to the application. For example, if you're looking for a vocal mic, you'll want to consider the DRV100 or DRV200. For instruments, check out the DRI100. The tight pickup patterns on these microphones helps to keep the sound focused on the instrument or voice they're meant to capture. This makes them great for the stage, where you don't want to be picking up your bandmates in your own mic.
If you're a drummer, a single microphone probably isn't enough. That's where the Digital Reference DRDK series drum mic sets come into play. These come in a 4-piece set with a kick drum mic and three snare/tom mics, or a 7-piece set with a kick drum mic, four snare/tom mics and two condenser mics for overhead mounting. Each DRDK kit includes a nice carrying case as well as all the clips and mounts you'll need to attach the mics to your drums.
The most unique microphone in the Digital Reference lineup is unarguably the vintage-inspired Red Howler harmonica mic. This dynamic mic is designed so that you can hold it in your hand during a harmonica performance, with a reinforced cable base to stand up to the handling demands of frequent gigs.
When you want a mic that sounds great and doesn't break the bank, you can't go wrong with Digital Reference microphones. These mics are all about no-nonsense performance, and you'll hear the difference from the first time your plug Digital Reference into your amp or sound system.