Advanced Audio Microphones is a small Canadian, family run company that sells studio microphones to award winning producers and project studios alike. Our unbeatable prices and high quality are quickly becoming known all over the world.
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If you live in Europe ALL our mics are sold direct to you and are shipped out from our Advanced Audio Europe office located in Gothenburg, Sweden.
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"Advanced Audio Mics are up there with the finest maple syrup in terms of the most legendary thing to come out of Canada. Like the best maple syrups, you can count on Advanced Audio mics to be sweet, supple and always bring unexpected complexity and depth. Beware, because once you have a taste, you'll be coming back for at least a second pour."
We are very proud to hear the massive sounds of a 40 piece orchestra being captured by AA mics on Amy's recent album.
Amy's sax is done with the CM67se and a Royer SF-24V. Check out the tech sheet and some more info on the session. Read more.
First, was Atlantico Blue Studios just outside Lisbon, where they have not one, but two original ELA M251's that we could put the CM251 up against.
Atlantico Blue's studio A with a Neve 88 Console.
|The CM251 and the vintage ELA M251|
The initial tests (Scotty's " 1,2,3,4" radio voice) had most in the room curious if the mics were actually being switched! Further recordings on piano and vox revelaed just how similar the mics were. Listen and read more about the trip>>
The CM414 can do it all, even the kitchen sink! Here it is shining on foley and drums in a recent Target commercial.
Fredrik Nordstrom (of Studio Fredman) used the CM47 for all the vocals on the Architects latest album, Lost Forever//Lost together which has won best album at Kerrang! Everyone at AA sends their congrats!>
"Fredman", in preparation for his next project, just added another 3 CM47fets to his AA mic locker for use on the drum sound. He "loves that mic!" A true workhorse in the studio.
We are proud to launch our new microphone the CM251! The mic is inspired by the original ELA M251. Using modern circuit designs while maintaining the vintage sonic character of the original, our CM251 offers yet another flavour to our mic line up.
"The CM251 is smooth and present. It just sounds right when you put it up on a vocal. It has a mellower sound then the C12. The creamy top end captures emotion wonderfully." - Dave Thomas
May 30th saw the first Advanced Audio studio day held at Rimshot Studio's. The event allowed a small group (about 30 lucky souls) to witness a full lineup of AA mics in a live recording session featuring a group of very talented session musicians. With Niall Acott at the helm of the SSL board, and the use of some beautiful 60's era Decca valve preamps two full tracks were captured in AA style! Check out the video and the tracks!
Fall Out Boy's last album, recorded with Butch Walker, Save Rock and Roll featured the CM47 and CM67se on vocals. Guitarist Joe Trohman is now building himself a studio and wanted to add some AA mics to his arsenal.
" Stoked on the mics! I plan on these being heavily used, they'll get a lot of miles for sure." - Joe Trohman
Advanced Audio CM47 makes an appearance on MTV, Portugal, May 2014
The video, recorded at Kbranca Music in Portugal, is being featured on MTV - Portugal.
"the two Portuguese MTV Artists reach the perfect balance between Fado and Pop Music, in a duet that touches the heart."
Universal Music South Africa recently chose AA mics as the "go to" mics for their newly opened recording studio complex in Johannesburg. Two CM67SE and a CM47fet will be blessing the audio waves in SA.
Charles Kelly of Lady Antebellum recently found himself in front of the Advanced Audio CM67se and the mic he was accustomed to. " When Charles sang into the AA 67, the rest of the band freaked out and said it was the best he ever sounded...(click on link above to read more!)
Wes Maebe's $50k studio setup "boasts brave analogue in a new digital world." Have a look to see the other gear and AA's CM 47 as the go to LDC.
After a very successful week in Asia the AA team has returned with a load of knowledge and insight into our microphone production and factories day to day operations.
We are now prepared for the launch of some exciting new products and mics in the coming year! Check back in the coming weeks for our discrete transformer coupled DI box announcement, and a new SDC FET pencil mic, the CM1084!