A Great Option for Your Film or Broadcast Projects
The Audio-Technica AT8035 line-gradient condenser microphone offers you AT quality for your broadcast or film applications. The AT8035 is designed for long-distance sound pickup, and with its extremely narrow acceptance angle it’s great at side and rear sound rejection. And its lightweight design works for either boom mounting or hand-held applications. You’re getting a lot of microphone for not a lot of money. And the AT8035 also sounds absolutely great. When you need a quality shotgun mic for your video applications, you’ll want Audio-Technica’s AT8035.
Audio-Technica AT8035 Line-gradient Condenser Microphone at a Glance:
- Excellent side and rear sound rejection
- Great for broadcast, video production, and outdoor use
- For boom and hand held use
Excellent side and rear sound rejection
One of the main reasons to use a shotgun condenser mic is to isolate audio that is at a distance from the mic. Because mic’ing at a distance leaves a lot of room for other noise to muddy up your signal, you need the AT8035 with its tremendous side and rear noise rejection. You’ll get clear and upfront sound from your source without hearing everything else that’s going on around you.
Great for broadcast, video production, and outdoor use
The main use for shotgun condenser microphones is getting great audio for video productions. Often that means outdoors in the elements, rooms with terrible reflections, or worse. The Audio-Technica AT8035 excels in these environments with its strong side and rear noise rejection, narrow pickup angle, and long-range sound pickup. You’ll be able to get just the sounds you want, when you’re in situations that are much less forgiving than a recording studio.
For boom and hand held use
The light design makes the AT8035 incredibly versatile in how its mounted. You can get equally great results mounted on a boom, mounted to a camera, or even for hand-held use.
Audio-Technica AT8035 Line-gradient Condenser Microphone Features:
- Shotgun condenser mic ideal for film, broadcast, and outdoor use
- Line + Gradient Pickup Pattern
- Frequency Range: 40Hz-20kHz
- Switchable low-frequency roll-off
- Broadcast sound quality
- Rugged metal contruction
- Supplied with windscreen, stand mount, and case
The AT8035 shotgun mic for clear sound on your video project!