Woodwinds are delicate, and require a microphone that appreciates and translates their delicacy. A poor mic choice can render them thin, nasal, or harsh, but a great mic can make a soloist truly come alive on a recording.
"The RN17 has become my desert island microphone. If there was one microphone I knew I could take with me that would get me out of trouble, it’s this...The clarity and the detail I get is wonderful."
- Simon Franglen, GRAMMY®-winning Composer / Producer / Musician ('Avatar', 'Titanic', 'Skyfall') - sE Artist
"The RNR1 was fantastic. I used it on solo ethnic winds, which can be really tinny and one-dimensional with the wrong mic. But the RNR1 sounded fantastic - three-dimensional and huge. I had to do nothing but light compression in the mix. No EQ."
- Chris Fogel, Scoring Engineer ('The Wolf of Wall Street', 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty', 'Old School') - sE Artist