It’s a Super-Schoeps. But does it offer an improvement for film and video production? Yes, I believe it does. Since this, my first, evaluation of the Super CMIT was conducted at Trew Audio’s Nashville facility, and not in the more complex environment of a real production, I’m sure there is […]
Trew Audio has the new Sanken CS-2, so I was able to spend some time with it in a casual evaluation. At first glance, it looks like a typical short shotgun microphone (which also means it looks a lot like a Sennheiser 416). It looks identical to the Sanken CS-3, […]
When I began at Trew, Audio-Technica shotguns generally ranked below those of other manufacturers. They made great reasonably priced studio mics and hypercardioids, yet their shotgun mics left a lot to be desired. In their attempts to hit a price mark, electret condenser mics such as the AT815A/B, AT835, and […]
A new suspension and windscreen for the Sennheiser MKH-8000 microphones Pricing: Suspension Windscreen Windjammer Microphone and Acc Rycote is a respected and innovative manufacturer of high quality microphone windscreens and suspension systems. So when they saw the Sennheiser MKH-8000 compact microphone series and its potential for film and video use, […]
Lectrosonics has long owned a majority stake in the North American film and television audio market. Their Digital Hybrid wireless is massively successful. Using digital audio processing in the transmitter and receiver, they effectively removed the companding noise used in traditional analog wireless systems. Lectrosonics has finally answered the all […]
Chris Countryman explains the origins and capacity of the E6s Compact Omni Earset Mic while Skylor models it.
I’ve had numerous Audioflow topics running through my head, but none were extensive enough for an entire blog. So let me shoot through some bullet points. The strike has come to an end, and we’re all glad to hear it. I’m not going to discuss the politics of the situation, […]