The designers must have had the current needs of the market at the time of manufacture of both mics. The NT1 has a flatter and rich sound while the NT1A is more brighter, airy, vibrant. Both mics are built to comfortably cater to recording artists, instrumentals recording, and even podcasts. To get a better understanding of what cables and adaptors are suitable for your needs, check out our ultimate cable and adaptor guide.
The simple notion of recording with more than one microphone to a smartphone has been historically fraught with complex connectivity issues and the need for multiple adaptors, cables and splitters to even get started. There are several microphones in the RØDE range that are designed to plug directly into smartphones this way.
The NT1-A has been the point of reference and comparison in the recording industry. The NT1-A is everything you need to get professional sound, whether in a home studio or a recording booth. It has a cardioid polar pattern and offers a wide dynamic sound range hence suitable for a variety of voices. It also has a large 1″ capsule with a gold-plated diaphragm giving the mic a bit of character. With its exceptionally smooth frequency response, ultra-low self-noise and tight cardioid polar pattern, NT1 is the go-to microphone for a wide range of vocalists. Offering the sought-after sound of classic studio microphones while exhibiting extremely low noise, it’s ideal for everything from pop, rock and hip-hop to podcasting and voice-over applications.
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By using an external microphone, your audio will sound richer and clearer. There are a number of different options to choose from that are easy to set up and use right away.
This handy little device is super easy to use and is compatible with almost any mobile device via its universal USB output. It features two inputs for connecting two microphones (more on this shortly) and a headphone output for monitoring your audio. It is also compatible with our apps, RØDE Capture, RØDE Reporter and RØDE Central, which give you full control over your microphones and more.
The RØDE NT1-A is a dynamic Studio microphone that requires a phantom power of 48 volts. This is by far one of the quietest mics at this price range and has been compared to the Neumann.
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However, you cannot use the XLR and the USB together, nor can you use the 32-bit float mode together with the DSP effects. According to RØDE, with over six million units sold (certainly they mean all versions of the NT1), the NT1 is the world’s most popular studio microphone and boasts a legacy that few can match. Since its release more than 30 years ago, the microphone has gone through multiple transformations, including the NT1-A and innovative fourth generation NT1, both of which are used by countless creators today. I will clarify that the “unclippable” part is true as long as the sound source doesn’t surpass the NT1 5th generation’s maximum SPL (sound pressure level) of 142 dB, which is indeed quite loud.
Full compatibility with RØDE Connect?
Switch on the power outlet at the wall, then press the red power button on the back of your RØDECaster Pro to power it up. If you’re running a script or application, please register or sign in with your developer credentials here. Additionally make sure your User-Agent is not empty and is something unique and descriptive and try again. If you’re supplying an alternate User-Agent string,
try changing back to default as that can sometimes result in a block. Video call and conferencing apps are increasingly becoming the go-to platform for staying in touch with friends, having meetings with colleagues while working remotely, and delivering important business communications. Socially oriented website which will help to solve your little (or not little) technical problems. Make sure finally, that your PC has detected the NT1-A also as a microphone.
It’s highly recommended that you have a pair of headphones like the NTH-100 handy when recording. If you’re using an iPad Pro, which has a USB-C input, you will need to use the RØDE SC16 USB-C to USB-C cable. Rooms with lots of reflective surfaces, such as hardwood floors, concrete walls, or high ceilings, will introduce reverb or echo into your audio, which will make your video call hard to listen to on the other end. Gone are the days being tied down to grayscale monotony—though the classic black NT1 is always a classy choice. A first for any NT1 mic release, the Signature Series is available in multiple colorways to suit your aesthetic, including black, blue, green, purple, pink and red. Now you can add some creative pizzaz to what meets the eye—and, of course, the ear.