Neumann U87Ai Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone - The world famous, professional standard studio condenser microphone. The vocal track from your favorite song (classic or modern) was probably recorded with the Neumann U87.


 Neumann TLM 103 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone - versatile mic for vocals, wind and stringed instruments, as well as miking guitar cabinets.

  Shure SM7B popular radio and TV broadcast mic that is perfect for voice-over applications as well as scream and hip hop vocals. From Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to Sheryl Crow’s “The Globe Sessions” and John Paul White of Civil Wars plus so many more since, engineers and artist have chosen this microphone to record their vocal tracks.


 Crown CM 700 Matched Stereo Pair Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphones - drum overhead mics as well as stereo mixing of horns, acoustic guitar and large stringed instruments.

 Rode NT5-MP Matched Stereo Pair Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphones - HiHat & ride cymbal mic, drum overhead miss as well as stereo mixing of horns, acoustic guitar and large stringed instruments. 

 AKG D 112 Large Diaphragm Dynamic Mic for bass instruments - especially kick drum

 Sennheiser MD 421 Large Diaphragm Dynamic Mic - bass drum, snare, percussion, high SPL

 Shure SM57 should need no explanation - the workhorse of the industry - especially well suited for micing drums, electric guitar amps and woodwinds

 Shure SM58 I have a few of these - for general uses 

  Beyerdynamic M69 N (C) vintage dynamic hypercardioid microphone made in West Germany. Great for electric guitar cabinet micing and is also an excellent snare drum mic choice because of its off-axis rejection.


 Audix i5 great on snare drum, brass, guitar cabinets


 Electro-Voice N/D408 perfect tom mics and for miking guitar cabinets - I have (5) of them


Software / Plug-ins


Mobile Recording Rig