WINNER! "BEST OF SHOW" AES 2013!
There has never been a better time to record your music and the Neumann TLM 107 Multi-Pattern Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone will consistenly yield stellar results. And if that isn't enough, the TLM 107 is quickly amassing a cult following in the broadcast market among radio announcers, shock jocks, talk show hosts and voice-over professionals in addition to being one of the hottest mics being used in College Radio today!
It is difficult to imagine a professional audio studio without a Neumann microphone. For decades, Neumann has been regarded worldwide as the standard-setting, leading manufacturer of studio microphones. Many products introduced in the history of the company have become milestones of professional audio technology. It is no accident that when listing their equipment, audio studios almost always put Neumann microphones at the top of the list - they are a recognized sign of a highly professional operation and the TLM 107 large diaphragm condenser microphone is no exception.
With five directional characteristics and a novel operating concept, the TLM 107 large diaphragm condenser microphone provides sound without any coloration. It captures the softest notes of a vintage Martin to the thundering sounds of a set of Yamaha recording series drums. For vocalists, it can capture everything from a whisper to a scream.
The TLM 107 perfectly embodies the Neumann philosophy: Innovation based on tradition. Far from evoking vintage or retro nostalgia, the standard-setting TLM 107 represents an impressive, modern studio microphone. Its extensive performance spectrum and high-precision reproduction, very close to the original, make the TLM 107 large diaphragm condenser microphone universally applicable, opening up the widest freedom in mixing and post-production.
While many mic manufacturers have moved to cost cutting measures, all the components Neumann uses in manufacturing are from Germany. The goal for Neumann during development was an affordable universal and modern microphone that should be transparent without being boring.
The TLM 107 represents the best of what Neumann produces-sonic parity with its legacy mics, plus innovation. The navigation switch is an excellent way to switch patterns, roll-off and pad, plus it gives you phantom-power confidence. A great LDC mic ( large diaphragm condenser microphone) that can't be ignored when looking for an investment you can grow with!
DID YOU KNOW.... that Neumann mics were used on most of the Beatles' recordings and are pictured in many of the Beatles' recording studio photos. It's true! The signature sound of a Neumann mic makes them an excellent choice for lots of rock applications. Drums, guitars, amps, and brass instruments cut through the mix when sitting behind a Neumann.