When I used an A1 mic to record my acoustic guitar, its performance impressed me no end. With the mic's sound clarity, accuracy and acoustic faithfulness, it's a must have tool for stage and studio.
The A1's versatility means that it handles equally well with stringed instruments and vocal ensembles.
The most remarkable thing of all is that this level of quality can be bought at this price!
For my home-studio and for all my recordings, I use the range of Prodipe mics which I find extraordinary.
I know the skills of sound engineer of Ludovic Lanen and I am not surprised that his collaboration with Prodipe is also effective! Then, for me, Prodipe represents a new major brand.
I use the STC-3D and the A1 Duo, as well as the RSL. For my studio monitors of studio, I opted for Pro Ribbon 8
Studio Oméga sound engineer
After learning about Prodipe from performers and producers at Omega studios, I really wanted to have a go at the Ludovic Lanen STC-3D mic and the A1 mic.
I was especially surprised by the level of quality for the price. Each mic replicates the warmth of the source, which is rare for this type of mic. Usually they sound too cold and tinny.
In all honesty, at the moment, these mics are the best value for money, and they're already rubbing shoulders with our top of the range equipment.
Guitarist - Author - Composer - Director - Performer
I first learned about Prodipe when I was working with Claude Salmiéri.
Ever since then I'm always using at least one of their products on stage or in the studio. My home studio includes the superb Pro 8 monitors and an STC-3D mic for vocals.
On stage I've opted for an authentic acoustic guitar sound with the Prodipe A1 mic. Quality like that on a tight budget is definitely going to up the creativity levels