BLUE Dragonfly Reviews 5

BLUE Dragonfly

You can use this thing for a surprising amount. It will do almost any drum duty their is. Toms, snare, overhead, or bass kick. Whatever. Also it doesn't seem to be fussy with placement like a lot of Blue mics are. For the price it's a no brainer. This is a building block mic for any small studio considering the versatility. It has the hig... [read more on Audiofanzine]

James... rated this unit 4 on 2011-12-21.

I've used the Blue Microphones Dragonfly a number of times to record a variety of applications and I've found it to be a very good microphone. It isn't my favorite microphone that Blue has to offer, but this doesn't mean that this isn't a great mic, I just really love the line of mics that Blue has put out. Like all of the Blue Microphones, th... [read more on Audiofanzine]

moosers rated this unit 5 on 2009-10-19.

I have access to this mic at a studio I work at frequently, and I often use this mic for acoustic instruments like guitars, banjos, or string instruments that need a little bit more body than a small diaphragm condenser would provide. This mic is actually very cheap for the sound quality you are getting. That combined with the other unique fea... [read more on Audiofanzine]

victormelamade rated this unit 4 on 2008-10-27.

I don't know what kind of bucks you have to shell out, but this mic is worthy of your investment. I wouldn't recommend it for your basic beginner mic cabinet, but it should be your first choice when taking things to the next level. I plan on adding a Kiwi next. In the meantime, the BLUE Dragonfly WILL NOT dissapoint you in the least bit. P... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Greg rated this unit 5 on 2003-11-01.

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