This collection shows our flagship mics,
However, we have a large staples of the mics from Shure, Audio Technica, Sennheiser, Zigma, Rhodes, AKG, Nady, American Audio, Royer, Universal Audio, ADK, Townsend, Neumann and more...
Modded and rebuilt by Stephen Paul Audio in Los Angeles, California, this 1960s Vintage U87 has a solid, and beautifully defined sound that sits easily in virtually any track, and has been a staple in both classic and modern music
(From Marvin Gaye to Jay Z)
This rare vintage, Neumann U47 is a living legend, and is both remarkably expensive and unabashedly impressive.
(Elton John and Beck think so too)
Capable of imparting a timeless splash of German brilliance on practically all musical elements,
Our U47 has stood the test of time and reminds us that there are some things you just can’t replicate.
This mic sings in the mids and low mids
Just wait till you hear this monster.
When it comes to capturing an acoustic instrument's sound, it doesn't get much better than these vintage Royer Ribbons.
Extremely sought after, and highly desirable, and let me tell you, the proof is in the pickup.
These guys have aged like fine wine and they’re just the tip of our cellars.
Notably used by
(Maroon 5/George Straight/Eric Clapton/Dream Theatre)
For decades, AKG has brought the HEAT when it comes to microphones.
Nothing takes the cake like a matched pair of C414's, though.
Just ask Chris Martin from Coldplay!
If that's not enough, we went and threw some C12 Capsules on them...why the heck not?
Here at Uncontained Studios, We're extra in all the right ways.
You know we had to go back to the future like Doc to get these large-diaphragm mic's Vivaciously and virtually versatile, These little black cats have shock-mounted, gold sputtered, 6-micron capsules and a mind-blowing FET circuit path that ensures the most linear, flat, and clean ‘blank canvas’ response you could want.
The Sphere L22 modeling microphone system gives you the sound of classic mics used by everyone from The Beatles and Beyoncé to Radiohead and Frank Sinatra.
Featuring 38 legendary mic models of Neumann, Telefunken, AKG, Sony, Sennheiser and more,* the Sphere L22 gives your productions the most sought-after ribbon, condenser, and dynamic microphones ever made.
Thanks to its dual-capsule design, the Sphere L22 lets you easily record piano, drums, strings, and more in STEREO. You can even use different mic models on the left and right channels for professional acoustic guitar recordings.
The Telefunken CU-29 Copperhead large-diaphragm tube condenser mic gives you warm, clear bass, detailed midrange, and the silky high-end airiness of all your favorite microphones and then some. Telefunken gave the CU-29 a fixed cardioid polar pattern. This has been one of our go-to mic‘s for everything from vocals to drums.
The CHI HA/FX is the transformer-coupled version of 3 Zigma’s original CHI modular microphone. It matches the performance of the original CHI, and adds both a 3-position pad and a 3-position high-pass filter. Both CHI designs are detachable-capsule microphone systems using a pencil-mic form factor. Both accept the full range of 3 Zigma’s interchangeable capsules, including both large- and small-diaphragm designs. ...come in and check out the rest our collection of new school mics!
The CV-12 is truly a gorgeous looking and sounding microphone. The design, character and performance is comparable to some of the fine vintage tube mics of the 1950’s & 1960’s…
The rugged CV-12 microphone body and capsule assembly are precision machined of brass. Aesthetically, it features an elegant Cabernet Wine-Red finish, accented with polished nickel trim and grill. The transformer coupled tube circuitry has its origins in famous European vintage designs.
The ADK Z-67 is truly an amazing sounding microphone. Large Diaphragm Multipattern Tube Condenser Microphone. The ADK Z-Mod Tube Microphones are Class A (Discrete) 9 Polar-Pattern Tube (Valve) Condenser Microphones hand-built as “One-Offs” using a custom Belgium-Designed PC Board built with Hi-Fi methods and materials, using a “No-Corners-Cut” approach. Features Hand-Selected Valve, Top-of-the-Line Components (like a Swedish Lundahl Transformer) with ADK Designed Capsules from the Custom Shop “Capsule-Bank”.
Since the late 1980s, Manley has been steadily focused on crafting premium, all-tube gear. In short, Manley really knows tube technology — and they bring their considerable expertise in tube circuit design to bear in the VOXBOX. This USA-made channel strip boasts Class A vacuum tube circuitry, alongside the exceptional robust build-quality expected from Manley.
Full-featured mic preamp section
De-Esser and Limiter Section
Switchable VU Meter
Focusrite's ISA 430 MkII is closely based on the original ISA 110 mic pre and subsequent ISA 130 dynamics sections originally design by Rupert Neve for George Martin's Neve console. Tjhe ISA 430 Mk II a powerful channel strip, combining heritage mic pre-amps, parametric/shelving equalisation, dynamics (VCA/optical compressor/limiter), gate, de-esser; and optional superb-quality digital conversion, each element (and in the case of the equaliser, each section) can be used as a completely separate device for the ultimate in versatility.
The VT-737sp brings its magic touch to everything in your studio. Run your dullest, most sterile mic through the VT-737sp and you'll be amazed at how warm and sweet it sounds. The VT-737 will energize your recordings!
Class A preamp design with three input selections
Opto-compressor with minimum signal path
Sweepable EQ and hardwired bypass
With the U5 high-voltage DI Preamplifier you can conjure the sweet, vivid sounds your recordings deserve. A unique combination of passive tone selector and variable gain preamp and filter, the U5 accepts a wide variety of signal levels and instruments, everything from acoustic guitars to active bass guitars and keyboards. You'll be astounded at the magic you'll be able to work with the U5. Tons of sonic character!
Designed in 1972, the Neve 1081 was originally conceived as a combined mic/line preamp and equalizer section for the Neve modular consoles. A glance through the credits on today’s platinum-selling albums reveals that these vintage consoles are still widely used to great effect, confirming the 1081’s status as a truly classic component in a recording front-end or mixing environment. We are still hand-building 1081 modules in Burnley, UK much the same way as the original modules, using the original components, hand-wound transformers, and time-honed construction methods.
The Universal Audio 1176 Compressor/Limiter was first introduced in 1968, created by Bill Putnam Sr. as the solid state successor to his tube-based 176 limiting amplifier. The 1176 uses a Field Effect Transistor, or FET, as a voltage divider to accomplish the task of compression, in conjunction with I/O transformers and a Class A line level amplifier. The 1176 was meant to be a "true peak limiter" with a very fast attack of up to 20 microseconds, and lots of gain for a compressor: up to 45 dB!
We are currently packing 16 killer SHARC Processors onboard Universal Audio's groundbreaking analog emulation utilizing a hybrid combination of physical circuitry and digital modeling of gear originally designed by Universal Audio.
Equipped with 6 powerful SHARC processors, this behemoth sports 8x Unison-enabled preamps and can emulate the pristine signal processing provided by a plethora of classic analog gear - incredible Preamps, Amplifier Modeling, Compressors, EQs, Reverbs, Gates and Delays manufactured by brands such as SSL, Neve, API, Manley, Universal Audio
Adds an additional 6 SHARC processors and 8 more mic/line preamps
Adds an additional 8 SHARC Processors to our DSP capabilities
We have a nice selection of plugins available to our engineers.
Just to give you a preview...
Lexicon - PrimeTime II - Digital Delay
Boss DE200 - Digital Delay
Vocalist II - Digitech
Eventide H3000s - Ultra Harmonizer
Ibanez SDR1000 - Digital Reverb
Dramer DS404 - Quad-Gate
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