Professional vintage microphone for studio recording!
Since its first heyday in the 50s/60s, there has been relatively quiet about the good old ribbon microphones. Originallly they were preferred on the basis of eight characteristics as moderating microphone for radio and TV as both moderator and the guests were able to speak from both sides in a single microphone. Meanwhile, these classics are experiencing a real renaissance in technically modern twist. Ribbon microphones are now full again announced after the tubes and vintage hype in recent years and belong to professional engineers for quite some time again for everyday cutlery.
This trend is not to be missed by Pronomic, of course, and introduces the RM-1 on the market, the competition can look mighty old in terms of price/performance. The typical warm, full sound and the soft, subtle highs immediately takes you back to a golden age when music did not sound like permanent white noise. The figure-eight pattern may be a bit of getting used to for beginners though, but sonically opens new paths. The RM-1 makes an excellent overhead mic in front of the guitar amp or as a vocal microphone - it in any case it's worth to experience with it!