In this video, we show a quick and easy way to make your own ‘Subkick’ microphone. This microphone works very well at capturing the low-end frequencies from your acoustic kick drum and provides extra energy to your kick sound when used in conjunction with a
Classic sounds, workflows and techniques are cool and all, but every now and then, it’s fun to be challenged with something new. We put our heads together at Noisegate HQ and decided on ten devices currently on the market that we believe capture something unique
Ever thought how great it would be to jump into the crowd at your gig, microphone or guitar in hand, crowd surf to the back of the venue, then back to stage, all without a hitch and free of cables? Course you have, that’s wireless!
Content creators prepare for lift-off as there’s a new USB mic on the block and the stars are aligned on this one. The newly announced AKG LYRA Ultra-HD Multi-Mode Condenser USB Microphone, packs a technology-filled punch to justify that elongated title. The LYRA design features
It’s the first thing that punters will complain about at a gig; “the vocals aren’t loud enough”. Even at large-scale concerts with seasoned professionals in control, this can be a problem. It’s an issue caused by a combination of the human sensitivity to how the