Audio-Technica AT2035 Reviews 5

You can use this microphone in wide open spaces and not have to worry about external noise being picked up from other sound sources. This microphone is a great choice for someone who records at home and records from a few different instruments. The AT2035 has the perfect frequency range giving a thick and warm sound no matter what vocal tone you... [read more on Audiofanzine]

JimboSpins rated this unit 4 on 2012-12-08.

I really like this mic. It has great clarity. I've used it for recording acoustic guitar, bass amps, guitar amps, and vocals. For acoustic it really captured the warmth and body of the guitar. It sounded great on its own, but I also tried blending it with an SM57 (placed at the 12th fret) and it sounded phenomenal. The SM57 really brought in... [read more on Audiofanzine]

ejendres rated this unit 5 on 2011-10-11.

The gripe I have with the AT2035 and most other 20-series mics is its lack of fullness. Great condenser microphones feel like they're enveloping you in the sound; they have a natural size to them that the 20 microphones lack. However, the 20-microphones are set apart from the other entry-level microphones because the other ones for the most part... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Kierkes rated this unit 5 on 2011-06-29.

I've been using the Audio Technica AT2035 microphone for about three years and while it isn't the best sounding microphone in the world, the price makes it very attractive for home studio owners. The sound quality of the microphone is definitely usable and is clear in tone quality, but lacks the fullness and overall definition you'd get with a h... [read more on Audiofanzine]

moosers rated this unit 4 on 2009-03-12.

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