Recording AKG Microphones & Wireless Systems
As it was just mentioned, AKG offers a killer bass drum microphone in this section: the D112 MkII Professional is a best seller that boasts an integrated flexible mount. The D112 is favored by countless pro-level engineers because of its rugged construction, high SPL capability and hard-hitting EQ. It can even handle over 160dB SPL with no distortion. Give it a shot and see why it continues to show up on concert stages for 30 years and counting.
Of course, you can bet that a respected recording mic company like AKG also specializes in a wide variety of condenser microphones. After all, no studio - big or small - should be without one, and AKG's models are second to none. For home studio projects, the P420 Project Studio Condenser Microphone is an affordable workhorse that delivers a warm, transparent sound. From its high sensitivity to its user-friendly design, the P420 is perfect for recording woodwinds, grand piano, brass instruments and even percussion.
Or, if you really want to make a huge upgrade to your studio setup, the C414 XL II is the answer. What you have here is the successor to the iconic C414. With this version, you can place lead vocals and solo instruments even in the densest of mixes and still capture a performance clearly and up-front. For this reason, the C414 comes highly recommended for choir miking, drum overhead miking and lead instruments.
So, now that you have a taste of what awaits you in this catalog of AKG recording microphones and wireless systems, move forward and make your choice! Remember, in order to put your hard-earned talents to work, you need to be decked out with recording gear that was made by audiophiles who take pride in every microphone and wireless system they design - and for that, AKG has you covered.