For Aston’s new Element microphone, the R&D process was opened up to the public for the first time, with the thoughts, ears and critique of more than 4,000 members of the music-making population undergoing numerous blind listening tests that resulted in what Aston are calling the first ‘people’s microphone’.
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This smart looking mic uses Aston’s new capsule technology Ridyon, which aims to combine the best aspects of ribbon, dynamic and condenser microphones in one fixed cardioid unit. Whether it’s capturing the natural voice of a dreadnought or effortlessly achieving a ferocious lead recording with little position adjustment, the Element’s combination of price and performance is pretty much unbeatable.
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