Earthworks ETHOS Streaming and Broadcasting Microphone — Silver

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Earthworks ETHOS Streaming and Broadcasting Microphone — Silver

Earthworks ETHOS Streaming and Broadcasting Microphone — Silver

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In truth, the mic is extremely natural in its reproduction, with a very pleasant weight and detail to the sound when used close-miced on voice. When we hear a recording of our voice, it doesn’t always sound familiar to us because our perception of our voice depends on time. Manufactured from a single piece of stainless steel, this dense mic measures a hefty yet well-balanced 454g. This means that users can benefit from the condenser microphone’s wide frequency response while providing a rich tone. It seems like the market has never been more saturated with various types of new recording equipment attempting to emulate vintage gear.

There's nothing unusual about this connection or its requirements, and the results coming up soon will verify their necessity.

I also AB'd with an SM7B and an RE-20, and compared other people's tracks to older ones they recorded with their Rode NTG-2 field mics.

Indeed, it’s very easy to listen to the ETHOS for long periods of time; a testament to the mic’s transparency and low distortion. The Ethos is adjustable without needing tools and remained robust no matter how much I inspected its components, matching its apparent ambition to be a speedy and reliable plug-and-play option.

but the frequency range caps out at 20,000Hz and uses a standard cardioid pattern instead of supercardioid. If you were to move from something like an SM7B to the ETHOS, I think you’d notice the difference as one of refinement and openness at the top end, rather than a night and day contrast in character. While those microphones undoubtedly sound great (they’re classics for a reason), the ETHOS stands apart in that it uses a condenser capsule instead of a dynamic capsule. It is not for new or even mid-level streamers unless they’re looking for a “forever microphone” that will grow with them years into the future.

The Earthworks ETHOS isn’t your average microphone, and that makes sense because Earthworks isn’t your average audio company. In fact, there is no hesitation recommending this mic for any type of production, especially for those in the broadcasting, voiceovers, and live streams crowd. Although the Ethos has all the benefits of a condenser design, it’s also very good at off-axis rejection. The Ethos is a different type of microphone because its designers claim it has a fast response time that can capture a voice in a way that makes the recording sound more like how we hear ourselves. Das ganze kommt natürlich zu dem Preis eines wesentlich empfindlicheren Mikros, das gerne Lüftergeräusche und Hall mitnimmt, jedoch auch im Vergleich zum Shure immer noch gut auch in kleinen Heimstudios zu nutzen ist.It's not the easiest hardware to approach for beginners since you can't plug XLR cables directly into your average desktop Windows PC. If you're planning to attach this microphone to a somewhat simpler arm mount, this extra degree of freedom is magnificent. If this microphone were pitched solely toward professional broadcasters, this wouldn't feel as much of an issue since many studios usually have an abundance of spare XLR cords. Earthworks Audio presents Ethos, a condenser microphone designed for broadcasters and professional streamers. The Earthworks ETHOS B Broadcast Condenser Microphone is similar to the Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun Microphone in its capsule type and directionality, both being directional condensers.

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