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

Shure KSM44 Condenser Hands on Review

Shure KSM44 Review | Greg P. The KSM44 is the second product in Shure’s series of high-quality studio condenser microphones – falling between the KSM32...

Shure KSM32 Review

I really like my KSM32. As versiatile as this mic is, I wouldn't think twice about replacing my current workhorse studio mic with the KSM32. There are a lot more expensive options, but for the money, I doubt you'll find a better value.
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...
AKG perception 420 front

AKG Perception 420 Review

AKG Perception 420 ReviewAKG microphones has replaced the Perception 400 has been replaced by the Perception 420 studio condenser microphone, and is a dual-diaphragm,...
BLUE BlueBird Front

BLUE BlueBird Condenser Microphone

Designed to offer superb sound and maximum versatility, Blue Microphones' Bluebird is a large-diaphragm cardioid condenser that can handle everything...
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...