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Microphone rental for

  • recordings

  • photo & video clips

  • props

  • Below are some of the mikes from my collection that can be used for all purposes; they still function

  Dyn 60

AKG Dyn 60

One of the very first ever produced by AKG, around 1947. Handmade by one of the five employees.

       
  D 12

AKG D12

An all time classic, still popular for bass instruments, but originally a vocal mic

       
  Reverb mic

AKG DX11

Effect mic with built-in adjustable reverb spring

       
  Artificial head

AKG D99

"Harry"

Artificial head with dynamic mics built into both ears, for binaural recording

       
  AXB

BBC AXB

Iconic BBC Radio & TV ribbon mic, from 1941

       
  M 19

Beyer M19

Pre WW2 dynamic, used by German Radio

       
  M 26

Beyer M26

Fifties Art Deco reporter mic

       
  BM 3

B&O BM3

Danish design ribbon from 1955

       
  BM 6

B&O BM5

Superb stereo ribbon from the Sixties

       
  Echolette

Echolette MD409

Dynamic, made by Sennheiser

       
  EV V1

Electro Voice V1

Small ribbon from the Thirties

       
  644

Electro Voice 644

Rifle mic, early Sixties, used by Johnny Depp, in 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas'

       
  666

Electro Voice 666

One of the best dynamics, for drums and guitar

       
  726

Electro Voice 726

The 726 "Cardyne" is a huge looker, Elvis style

       
 

many mics More mics will follow soon!

I have several sets of vintage microphones assembled to try and mimic recordings, from different studios, between 1960 and 1990.

On the next page you will get an idea of ​​the different options for the most commonly used instruments.

 

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