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The classic character of a U67 in a modern TLM design. An old friend returns to our VO studio – the Neumann TLM-67.
It always happens just as a piece of gear leaves Studio1A. I realize just how much it will be missed. And so, the story goes with the Neumann TLM-67 microphone.
The sound, brought back to life from a simpler time, just feels right. A bit of that cozy-warm character …but not too much, exemplifies the TLM-67. An 80th Anniversary tribute to Georg Neumann, the 67 has a bold bronze colored silhouette of the man himself
Body size is roughly U87, but coated in a darker color with the bronze looking badge. Being a TLM, this is a transformerless microphone, relying on a circuit card to match the output. On the back, you’ll find attenuation and low-cut filter switches. On the front, a single pattern switch allows for cardioid, omni and figure-eight pickups. For a sensitive, large diaphragm condenser, this one is just right for a project studio. The 67 isn’t overly sensitive and proximity effect is minimal. That’s what I like about this model. It’s not too transparent, bright or boomy; but just right.
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