Channeling the timeless allure of the ‘Holy Grail’ vintage condenser microphone, the Space 67 brings forth a reimagined, interstellar design. This exceptional tube condenser microphone includes a power supply unit, three switchable polar patterns, low-cut and pad functions—faithfully mirroring the capabilities of the original.
Draped in a lustrous electroplated finish, the Space 67 presents a perfect balance between classic aesthetics and modern innovation. It promises to deliver the same silky-smooth yet dynamic, warm, and intimate sound signature that enthusiasts have cherished.
Constructed with premium components, including WIMA capacitors, Fairchild resistors, a Cinemag transformer, and power supply cabling sourced from Gotham Audio in Switzerland—renowned manufacturers of the highest caliber—this microphone guarantees consistent excellence and unwavering reliability with each and every use.
Inspired by the most widely utilized solid-state condenser microphone found in today’s professional studios, the Space 87 boasts remarkable sound quality and an unparalleled ability to capture intricate details, making it an ideal choice for an array of recording scenarios.
The Space 87 excels in vocal recording, effortlessly handling both singing and spoken word, just like its renowned predecessor. Its seamless and natural frequency response skillfully captures the subtle nuances and tonal intricacies of the speaker or singer’s voice.
This microphone goes beyond vocals, functioning as a true workhorse capable of faithfully reproducing a diverse range of musical instruments, including acoustic guitars, pianos, strings, and brass instruments. Its remarkable precision and clarity in instrument reproduction render it an adaptable choice across various music genres and styles.
Equipped with selectable polar patterns, including cardioid, omnidirectional, and Figure-8 (bi-directional), the Space 87 is engineered with minimal self-noise. Additionally, it includes ‘-10 dB pad’ and ‘low cut’ switches, mirroring the original design, enhancing its adaptability and versatility, making it an excellent microphone for a variety of recording needs.
Originally introduced in the late 1950s, the iconic 251 microphone has become synonymous with unparalleled sound quality and vintage charm. Widely regarded as one of the finest condenser microphones ever crafted, the original 251 has left an indelible mark on the world of audio recording.
Drawing inspiration from this legendary microphone, the Space 251 pays homage to its rich heritage, often associated with the timeless recordings of the 1960s and 1970s. Even today, leading recording studios and audio professionals rely on the original 251, with notable users such as Bruce Springsteen, Beyonce, Celine Dion, Shirley Manson of Garbage, and Tom Petty.
The Space 251 offers a naturally smooth top-end that infuses recordings with a delightful “air” and “sparkle” without a hint of harshness. Its midrange is velvety and full-bodied, imbuing vocals and instruments with a sense of depth. When it comes to capturing low frequencies, the Space 251 excels, delivering warm and rounded tones that contribute to a robust and well-defined low-end in your recordings.
While it shines with vocals, the Space 251 is incredibly versatile, making it suitable for an array of instruments, including acoustic guitars, pianos, strings, and more, all while preserving that classic and enduring sound.
Together with its three switchable polar patterns—cardioid, omnidirectional, and Figure-8 (bi-directional)— the Space 251 is meticulously engineered to minimize self-noise, ensuring pristine audio capture for your creative endeavors.
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