You'll already know sE Electronics from their fantastic existing range of microphones, from the budget sE X1, which performs way above its price tag to their amazing Gemini II dual valve condenser microphone and much more! Their microphones are already used by a host of professional studios and artists across the world, so there's no wonder that we were excited when we heard that they had announced the Magneto at Musikmesse 2013!
With an RRP of £79, we think that this little microphone is going to prick the interest of many home studio owners on a budget!
It's time for another Musikmesse show in Frankfurt and so far we've already been treated to a host of exciting new releases! We will be constantly updating this article with information on the most exciting news from the show and will include links for you to find out more information on specific products where possible. So, if you want to keep up to date with all the latest Musikmesse 2013 news, this is the place to be!
So, you've got a home-studio, you want to record your vocals and you want the best quality possible, but you don't have the cash or space to create a professional vocal booth. What's the solution? Luckily there is such a thing as the sE Electronics Reflexion Filter, which provides the benefits of recording in a pro-studio vocal booth for a fraction of the price and space! In this little round-up we will look at the differences between each version of the Reflexion Filter as well as highlighting some of our money-saving Reflexion Filter deals.
Patrick Derivaz is a composer, performer, producer and mixing engineer who has worked with a variety of big name artists from Will.I.Am to John Cale. After recently purchasing an sE Electronics VR1 ribbon microphone Patrick was so impressed that he decided to personally write to sE Electronics to let them know how he felt!
Lewis Watson is an artist making a huge name for himself at an early age and if you have a keen interest in new music then you will almost certainly have heard his stuff! In this interview, his producer Joe Porter explains why the sE Electronics Gemini II played such an important role in the recording of Lewis' debut EP. He even bought the mic from us in the first place so thanks Joe!
Here's another very simple competition courtesy of sE Electronics. Simply retweet their competition Twitter post or e-mail [email protected]m with the subject:
"I like Jason Bradbury and I would love an sEX1 mic" to give yourself a chance of winning!
Scanner is a British experimental artist that has worked on many projects over the years, including personal studio albums and singles, advert soundtracks, creating soundtracks for ballets, re-writing Joy Division songs for a new project at the Brighton Festival, composing for the London 2012 Olympics and much more!