Condenser Instrumental Microphone

A condenser microphone (usually) uses a diaphragm that is excited by the sound and vibrates accordingly. This sound is then converted into an electrical signal. A condenser microphone requires a power supply, the so-called 48V phantom power. This is available on most mixers or good interfaces to choose from. Condenser microphones are better suited for sources that are to be reproduced in great detail or that are further away due to their high sensitivity. Recordings made with a condenser microphone sound clearer compared to dynamic microphone recordings. A condenser microphone picks up all the details of your instrument and leads to a natural sound and more authentic sound.