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Mic Locker

 

You don't have to scour all of Utah to find a recording studio with great gear. That's us. Right here in Salt Lake City.

Check out our selection of both vintage and modern mics here.

 

Jump to your favorite letter of the alphabet:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

 
  • AEA R84 (qty. 1)

    x1A smooth sounding ribbon mic with classy looks to boot.

  • AKG C414 (qty. 1)

    A recording studio legend.

  • Aston Starlight (qty. 2)

    Insanely versatile small diaphragm condensers.

  • Aston Stealth (qty. 2)

    A large-element dynamic microphone, not unlike the SM7, but with multiple voicing styles, as well as an optional gain boost with phantom power.

  • Audio Technica Pro 37 (qty. 2)

    Clean sounding small diaphragm condensers.

  • Audix i5 (qty. 3)

    Dynamic instrument mics. Similar to the SM57.

  • Blue Bluebird (qty. 1)

    Great for woodwind instruments. A low-noise large diaphragm condenser with surprisingly good high frequency response.

  • CAD D90 (qty. 1)

    Supercardioid handheld vocal microphone that really cuts through the mix

  • Vintage Electro Voice 635A (qty. 1)

    Vintage omnidirectional dynamic microphone

  • Electro Voice ND76 (qty. 1)

    Supercardioid handheld dynamic vocal mic.

  • Vintage Electro Voice RE10 (qty. 1)

    Vintage handheld vocal microphone

  • Lauten Audio Clarion (qty. 1)

    One of our favorite microphones at the studio. This large diaphragm condenser sounds great on everything.

  • M-Audio Nova (qty. 2)

    Fun fact: These were the first microphones that Nate (the studio owner) ever owned. Chances of these being used in a session are dim, but we like having them around anyway.

  • Vintage Neumann U47 FET "Fight Club" (qty. 1)

    A recording studio legend. We affectionately call this mic the "Fight Club". Find out why in a recording session!

  • Oktava MK-012-01 (qty. 2)

    Great sounding small diaphragm condensers for instrument recording.

  • Vintage RFT "Angry German" (qty. 1)

    Can you tell this thing has seen a lot of use? We're not really sure what the origin story is, or even what the model number is, so we just call it the angry german.

  • Rode NT1 Original (qty. 1)

    The original NT1 from Rode. New models just aren't the same.

  • Rode NT5 (qty. 2)

    Great sounding small diaphragm condensers for instrument recording.

  • Rode NTR (qty. 2)

    Wonderfully unique sounding active ribbon mics. We use these on all sorts of different things.

  • SE Electronics 4400a (qty. 2)

    Stereo matched pair of crisp, clean large diaphragm condensers

  • Sennheiser e604 (qty. 3)

    Awesome sounding tom mics

  • Sennheiser e902 (qty. 1)

    Perfect for kick drums and bass cabs

  • Sennheiser MD421 (qty. 1)

    An industry favorite for instruments and vocals.

  • Shure "Green Bullet" (qty. 1)

    Its main use is as a harmonica mic, but we've found lots of other fun, creative uses for this mic.

  • Shure 545SD (qty. 1)

    The re-issued predecessor to the legendary SM57.

  • Shure Beta57A (qty. 2)

    For that extra 'bite' from a guitar cabinet, or 'crack' from a snare drum.

  • Shure Beta91 (qty. 1)

    Another great option for mic'ing the inside of a kick drum. 

  • Shure SM7B (qty. 1)

    Popularized as a vocal mic, this thing sounds awesome on snare drums, guitar cabinets, vocals, and podcasts.

  • Shure SM57 (qty. 3)

    A legend in the recording studio and on stage.

  • Solomon Lo-Freq (qty. 1)

    Bring some big bottom end to the kick drum with this mammajamma.

  • Vintage Sony ECM56P (qty. 1)

    A fun little vintage condenser microphone. This mic is really great at lending clarity and presence to the midranges (in a totally good way).

  • Sterling Audio ST31 (qty. 2)

    These hypercardioid condenser mics are great for mic'ing a highhat, or anything else you want to sound bright, without inviting in too much noise.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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info@rocketskatesrecording.com

 

Tel: 435-225-5924   

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