Today, we are testing out the Lauten ATLANTIS FC-387 microphone!
If you’re at a point where you are looking to upgrade but unable to fork out for a U87 right now, not only is this microphone sounding like a U87 but it is built like one too. Not only that but you have three distinct circuitries to choose from giving you an incredible range of possibilities.
As ever, we are trying this microphone out and, not only giving you the chance to WIN the Lauten Audio Atlantis below but we recorded this track THREE times and you can download all of the mulitracks here<<<<
Again, we had an all star cast with the wonderful McKail Seely singing her version of Tom Petty’s Crawling Back to You alongside Steve Maggiora, Kim Melville, Blair Sinta and yours truly! What a line up and a beautiful rendition.
Enter to WIN the Lauten Audio Atlantis below!
More about the ATLANTIS FC-387
Each Atlantis is designed to last a lifetime. Crafted in Silicon Valley, California by the Lauten Audio family!
Three different FET microphones are combined into a single, hand-finished brass housing to create the Atlantis. The Atlantis was created in close collaboration with renowned producer and mix engineer Fab Dupont. It offers a dynamic and varied wealth of sound, making it simple to select the ideal microphone for even the most challenging sources. The Atlantis offers an analogue wealth of ready-for-mix sounds in a single microphone, ranging from contemporary, tight, and brilliant to smokey old velvet.
The Atlantis signal path is filled with high resolution, low distortion polypropylene capacitors, a US-made low-noise FET, and a custom-wound output transformer that adds the finishing touches to each sound that travels through its copper windings. The outcome is a lively, smooth sound that is ready for mixing.