Innovative pianist Scott D. Davis is known worldwide for his “Rock Concert Piano” and his fondness for reinventing heavy metal classics for the solo grand piano. He explains how he uses Sanken CU-44X Mk II and CO-100K mics for his piano work
Innovative recording entrepreneur John Newton, founder of Soundmirror Recording, has packed up his Sanken Chromatic CO-100K microphones to record a men’s choir in Russia’s Saratov Cathedral.
Sanken, Japan’s first and most original microphone company, has introduced the new CU-51 cardioid condenser microphone as part of the Sanken Chromatic range of professional studio microphones. The CU-51’s unique dual-capsule design provides an exacting cardioid pattern ideal for vocals and a wide range of musical applications.
Sanken Microphones’ new CU-55 cardioid microphone has been certified by the Music Engineering and Technology Alliance (METAlliance). Featuring a modern, compact design, the CU-55 provides a rich vintage sound in a small, lightweight, easy to position package.
Sanken Microphones’ CO-100K microphone has been certified by the Music Engineering and Technology Alliance (METAlliance). The CO-100K super wide-range omni-directional microphone is the world’s first 100kHz microphone designed specifically for professional hi-resolution recording.
Sanken Microphones, manufacturer of a wide range of products for broadcast, film, studio and live recording, has been granted Music Engineering & Technology Alliance certification for the CU-44X MkII transformerless condenser microphone. The new CU-44X MkII is the latest dual-titanium capsule microphone in the Sanken Chromatic range of professional studio mics, offering the best of both worlds: a small capsule for high frequencies and a large capsule for low frequencies.