Condenser microphones are generally used in studio applications as they are more sensitive to subtleties of the performance being captured.

Marshall MXL V88 Condenser Hands on Review

The V88’s solid construction makes it more likely to successfully endure the rigors of both studio and live applications. The microphone works well in pairs for stereo capture and it performs well as a vocal microphone.
Samson C02 Condenser Microphone

Samson C02 Condenser Microphone Review

Samson C02 Condenser Microphone | Jeff M. There’s something to be said for small-diaphragm microphones.  They generally come in small-framed microphones and have a leg...
Blue Yeti Review Featured

Blue Microphones Yeti Review

The Yeti is the most advanced and versatile multi-pattern USB microphone available anywhere. Combining three capsules and four different pattern settings, the...
Marshall MXL 604 Microphone Capsule and Clip

Marshall MXL 604 Microphone Review

Marshall MXL 604 Condenser MicrophoneMarshall's MXL line offers a fine selection of condenser microphones, each designed with specific goals in mind.If you’re in the...
AKG Perception 120, P120

AKG Perception 120 Condenser Hands on Review

The Perception 120 looks similar to the Perception 420, other than for its blue-tinted grille, and with the same pad and roll-off switches, the Perception 120...
Marshall MXL 603s

Marshall MXL 603s Microphone Review

MXL 603s Condenser MicrophoneThe Marshall MXL 603s is a small-diaphragm condenser microphone well-regarded for use in typical Small Diaphragm Cardioid microphone applications such as...