Snare drum requires a mic that can handle very high SPLs, and will accurately capture the "thwack" that makes a snare a snare. These mics can take a sonic beating and still provide all the dynamics and depth you need for a huge sound.

Serious sound at an affordable price.


"They manage to sound punchy without ever being over-harsh in the presence region...its presence peak is nice and broad, which avoids adding nasal-sounding coloration while still delivering a reasonably airy sound that cuts through."

- Sound On Sound, Feb 2017 (full review)

The next step up for clarity and performance.


"The sE8 allows the body and weight of the snare to stand out in the lower frequencies without sounding overly round or muffled. The top end is very smooth and precise in detail without being overly harsh, or having to over-EQ the top end to allow the snare to cut through..."

- Gary Sharpe, TM/FOH Engineer (Between The Buried And Me, Every Time I Die) - sE Artist


V7 X

“We have a detuned snare out here, and we’ve been searching for something for a while, and by applying the V7 X we get that super depth that hits you right in the gut, along with a nice crack too. It’s been fantastic."

- Andy Meyer, FOH Engineer (Justin Timberlake, Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Rage Against The Machine) - sE Artist

● ● ●   PRO
The best sound that money can buy.

The RN17

"The RN17 has become my desert island microphone. If there was one microphone I knew I could take with me that would get me out of trouble, it’s this...The clarity and the detail I get is wonderful, especially for one of the things I do a lot of, which is sampling - this is a perfect sampling microphone, because it has that reality that you need, with low noise, but it also has just a little bit of extra something."

- Simon Franglen, GRAMMY®-winning Composer / Producer / Musician ('Avatar', 'Titanic', 'Skyfall') - sE Artist




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