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The Art and Craft of Sound Design- Interview with Bishwadeep Chatterjee

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Shankar and Siddharth Mahadevan’s Lambodara Studios – Leaves you Breathless

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In Conversation With Sreejesh Nair

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Stained Class Productions - Beyond the Realms of Sound

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Independent Producers Blurb on their Music and Technology

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Acoustic and Audio System Design for Small Rooms - Part 1

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Harman Reigns Supreme in Indian Cinemas

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Recording To Records

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Chandler Limited introduces TG Microphone



Chandler Limited has come with its new TG Microphone to their esteemed Abbey Road Studios historic series lineup.

Chandler Limited’s foray into microphones with the wildly successful REDD Microphone, continues the history, heritage and lineage of EMI and Abbey Road Studios, with the addition of the TG Microphone.

The company states, “Conceived by Chandler Limited Founder and Chief Designer, Wade Goeke, the TG Microphone—following the mold of the REDD Microphone—is unique in design, functionality and sound; true to form, the TG Microphone isn’t a clone of any other microphone.”

The TG Microphone is a solid-state, large diaphragm condenser microphone, featuring—as the name implies—the legendary TG sound, a ‘Dual Tone’ voicing system and on-board NAB/IEC ‘Tape Equalizer’ facility, re-purposed from historic EMI TG12410 transfer (mastering) consoles and re-engineered for microphone duties.

While TG Microphone’s historic TG color comes from its incorporation of three TG amplifiers, its ‘larger than solid-state’ sonics are enabled by its reliance on a dedicated power supply rather than traditional 48V phantom power.

Other features include— switchable Low-Cut filter (90 Hz or 50 Hz,) and 10 dB PAD. The Low-Cut filter—In addition to its traditional purpose—, is intended to act as an additional modifier to the tape equalizer’s settings, thus allowing for more sounds available from the microphone. The result is a greater extension of the TG Microphone’s unique capability to adapt to the source at hand.

Mirek Stiles, Head of Products, Abbey Road Studios, comments, “I love the sound of this microphone. The hyped tape EQ curves Wade has added really take it to another level. At Abbey Road we compared the TG microphone with some tried and trusted microphone models on all sort of instruments and the TG mic seemed to always come out on top. With so many sound sculpting options I think this microphone offers incredible value, it’s so unique and fun to use. It won’t disappoint.”


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