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MusicTech - Tutorials and reviews for producers, engineers & recording musicians | MusicTech Microphone Database The RecordingHacks Microphone Database Organizing the world's microphones HOW TO use the Microphone Database (pictorial guide). This is the RecordingHacks searchable microphone database. Browse by maker, using the links below.Or, search for mics using the form at right.Or, browse by microphone characteristics. Scroll to: [Makers | Modders] Microphone Manufacturers Microphone Mods and Repairs

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