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Ribbon Microphones Explained in Simple Terms

  • Author: Artur Fisher
  • Published: April 10, 2017
  • Updated: April 10, 2017

Ribbon microphones, once forgotten and now rapidly reviving type. As a ribbon microphone designer and manufacturer, I receive lots of different questions related to this seemingly mysterious microphone type. So, [in order to make my life easier,] I’ve decided to write a series of articles to have the ribbon microphones explained in details. I’ve tried to avoid deeply technical talk in order to keep the information newcomer friendly. Keep reading and enjoy!

RM-5 Ribbon Microphone
RM-5 Ribbon Microphone

Welcome to the World of Ribbon Microphones!