Who is the owner of studio projects B1?
Studio Projects B1. The B1 may seem like just another cheap Chinese mic, but it punches well above its league. Studio Projects are part of the PMI Group, which now owns the Joemeek brand and distributes a number of other products including Toft Audio Designs.
What kind of microphone does studio projects T3 have?
The latest addition to the Studio Projects range is the T3, a multi-pattern tube microphone that comes with cable, power supply, foam wind shield and shockmount, all packed in a tidy aluminium flightcase. In this case the tube is a dual-triode 6072, chosen for its traditional warm sound.
What kind of bass does studio projects B1 Mic have?
The frequency response and polar pattern diagrams showing the technical performance of the Studio Projects B1. No response curves are provided with this microphone, though I managed to get some from the designers that show the mic to have a very subtle presence lift centred at around 10kHz combined with a gentle bass roll-off below 100Hz.
Where do studio projects get their mics from?
To achieve this, Studio Projects has a working partnership with Chinese company 797 Audio, who build the capsules and manufacture the microphones in Beijing.
What do you need to know about studio projects?
A dual layer metal basket protects and screens the capsule, which is itself shockmounted, and the Studio Projects logo denotes the live side of the mic. The B1 comes complete with shockmount, foam windshield, and soft plastic storage pouch, but to keep the cost down it is supplied in a cardboard box rather than a fancy camera case or wooden box.
Rather than trying to disguise the fact that these mics are made in China, Studio Projects put the 797 Audio logo on all their mics, in part I’m told to ensure better quality control from the factory as a result of their name being on the mic.