Monday, June 26, 2006
Crowley and Tripp Review - Recording magazine
In the July issue of Recording there is an excellent review of the Crowley and Tripp Studio Vocalist vocal ribbon microphone. Reviewer Scott Dorsey reports that this is, indeed, an optimal vocal mic, and that it has useful side purposes.
An excerpt or two:
"I tried the Studio Vocalist on an alto singer and got the most rounded and clean vocal tone from her."
"...this mic is called the Studio Vocalist, and I'd recommend it for any time you need that rounded tone but need the vocal to be the center of attention in a mix."
Well put, Scott. This is exactly what we designed it for.
As you can see, the Studio Vocalist is on the cover of the magazine. The review is in print and there is not an online version. Recording is a traditional paper magazine. I got this copy from the news stand at the mall. You should look for it.
Posted by Bob Crowley at 9:24 AM