Royer Ribbon Microphones

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The classic and warm low-mids of a ribbon microphone never goes out of style. Originating in the early 1920's, ribbon microphones were quite commonly found throughout broadcast and recording studios, and used on many classic recordings, including Nat King Cole's and Ella Fitzgerald's. As time went on ribbon microphones lost a bit of their original popularity, but thanks to the passion and enthusiasm of Royer, they've recently made an extraordinary comeback to mainstream music.

Dedicated to bringing back analog warmth in the digital age, Royer ribbon microphones are hand-made right here in the U.S.A. Used on many modern recordings, Royer ribbon microphones can be found throughout professional studios all over the world. Artists as renowned as the Foo Fighters and Green Day are proud endorsers of Royer ribbon microphones, and continually praise their ability to capture a depth in the studio that other microphone types are incapable of achieving.

For superior sound quality and immaculate performance, the Royer R-101 is a mono, passive ribbon microphone that utilizes a patented offset-ribbon transducer and a 2.5-mircron ribbon element. A new breed of modern ribbon microphone, the best-selling R-101 has a smooth frequency response and works wonderfully for both stage and studio use. Another great option for live performances is the Royer R-121L ribbon microphone. A part of the Royer Live Series, this microphone gives you twice the durability in the ribbon element, so you can use it anywhere you'd like on stage with total confidence.

The unique and natural sound quality of a ribbon microphone is admired by audio engineers and musicians alike, and thanks to legendary innovators like David Royer, a new generation can now have a chance to rediscover their smooth sound and analog feel. Whether you're a professional in the industry or an amateur audio buff who's building a home studio, a Royer ribbon microphone would make an excellent addition to your recording set-up.