Focal has long been held as the go to brand when it comes to the studio monitoring market, the question is can they have that same impact with professional headphones.
The Spirit is a closed back headphone that comes from the French, Focal company.
Finding the right mic for your instrument can be an arduous task. When it comes to drum kits you’re dealing with multiple instruments all in one, each with their own individual sound characteristics.
This Apogee Symphony Review is going to take a look at whether or not Apogee’s claim that 25 years of research and development has helped them to create the perfect interface.
Apogee Electronics does have well over 25 years of experience in the digital audio field.
They got their start by making replacement parts for digital recording machines that were available back in the day.
If you ask any professional about cables and whether or not they are an important part of your equipment the answer you will hear over and over again is undoubtedly a “yes”.
Cables play a big role in reducing noise interference and transferring the signal accurately.
Modern rock drumming can be identified by a number of trademark characteristics, most notably power and punch. Early rock and roll drummers were lucky if they were recorded with one or two microphones.
Nowadays certain engineers will place no less than two mics on each drum, combined with a plethora of overhead room mics.
Each drum gets an enormous amount of attention in the studio and for this reason it’s important to find the ideal mix of stick, head and mic to get closer to the sound you want.