The C-37 is regarded as an engineer’s “Secret Weapon” so when I got our hands on the NEW Mojave MA-37 after a recent factory visit (tour coming very soon!), I share with my good friend, Manny Nieto to try this out with some of his artists for a few weeks.
In today’s video, he’s tracks the LA trio, El Haru Kuroi who takes influences from Mexican, South American, African, and notes of American Jazz music to bring dynamic and polyrhythmic sound. Get the multitracks, this is fun!
Download the multitracks to El Haru Kuroi’s beautiful track here
About Mojave’s MA-37 Microphone here
With the Mojave Audio MA-37 large-diaphragm tube condenser microphone, David Royer has brought a long-time dream to life: an updated version of an undeniable studio classic. The C-37a is considered something of a “secret weapon” among artists and engineers, given its smooth ribbon-like sound and high headroom. The MA-37 nails the sonic characteristics of its inspiration and retains its signature u-shaped yoke, adjustable tuned acoustic chamber for switching between cardioid and omnidirectional operation, and compact form factor. After employing the mic in numerous applications, engineers at Sweetwater found that MA-37 has an uncanny ability to flatter any source — vocals are rich, detailed, and dripping in vintage-tube-mic vibe; acoustic instruments bloom with a natural, open presence; and guitar amps benefit from a smooth yet upfront mid-range that helps them drop right into a mix. Simple and elegant, the MA-37 is a worthy successor to a mic-locker legend!
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