The RODE NT 2000 is modern equivalent of the well-respected RODE NT2 mic that has been used for recording vocals for many a hip-hop record. This condenser mic captures a clear, crisp signal, with three different settings, offering a signal-to-noise ratio of 84 dB. The NT2000 also comes with a shock mount and a hard travel case, perfect for recording on the road or traveling between different studios.
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RODE NT 2000
The RODE NT 2000 condenser mic captures a clear, crisp signal, with three
different settings. Offers a signal-to-noise ratio of 84 dB. Comes with a shock mount and a hard travel case, perfect for recording on the go.
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RODE NT2 Captures the Greats of Hip Hop
When pro-skateboarder/producer Chad Muska and Super Dave Roen went to record the Muskabeatz hip hop record with vocalists like Biz Markie, Afrika Bambaataa, Raekwon, U-God, Melle Mel, Guru, KRS-One, Jeru, Prodigy, McLyte, Special Ed, Ice-T and Flavor Flav, they used a RODE NT2 microphone and
a Sound Devices USB audio interface to record vocal tracks alongside Muskas
What we did musically for this album shows what can be done without a
million-dollar studio with a laptop, a microphone, a good little MIDI sound
module and a good compressor. We set up a complete recording studio in our hotel
room, says Roen.