Mic Allows Polar Pattern Change After Recording

Lewitt introduces the LCT 640 TS Multi-Pattern Studio Condenser Microphone      23/09/16

Mic Allows Polar Pattern Change After Recording


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LEWITT says that their new LCT 640 TS will revolutionize the way we think about the recording process. A spokesperson had this to say...

"Set to Dual Output mode, the microphone's front and back diaphragm follow two independent circuitries. Any desired polar pattern such as omni, wide cardioid, cardioid, supercardioid, figure-8 and everything in between can be created before and after recording. Previously recorded material can be changed dynamically by adjusting the polar pattern and room sound can be added or subtracted. Even turning the microphone's directivity by 180° is possible after recording with the new LCT 640 TS.

Also, recording Mid Side stereo with only one LCT 640 TS is made easy in Dual Output Mode which is usually only possible with two microphones. The polar pattern can be set and changed with LEWITT's Polarizer plug-in right within the DAW with incredible ease of use.

In Single Output Mode the LCT 640 TS has all the well-known characteristics of a studio multi-pattern condenser microphone. And LEWITT's Perfect Match® technology makes it always possible for any two LCT 640 TS to form a matched pair.

Clipping History, 4 low-cut and pre-attenuation settings round off the outstanding feature list of the LCT 640 TS."

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