This Sennheiser MKH 416 shotgun microphone is a standard for film and video production. It features a supercardioid pickup pattern, fantastic frequency response, and the ability to handle both field and studio voiceover work.
We rent it with a foam windscreen and shockmount for reduced handling noise and ease of mounting on your boom pole or camera.
You’ll need to provide phantom power to this mic. If you’re looking for a well-matched recorder, we suggest the Zoom H6.
This lavalier microphone (also called a lav or lapel mic) from Voice Technologies is designed to be paired with a wireless lav system like the Sennheiser G3. It’s an electret condenser microphone with an omnidirectional pickup pattern.
The microphone comes in a hard case and includes a clip, windscreen, vampire/dracula clip, tie clip, and rubber body mount. It’s appropriate for broadcast, theater, and film.
A microphone stand is a great way to hold your microphone rental! Our mic stands have a weighted base and include a standard mic clip. Be sure to order a larger mic clip if you’ll be using wireless handheld mics.
You can rent just one, and we offer a discount on larger orders. If you need help choosing your audio equipment, one of our AV techs can help you pick the right gear and even help you set it up.
The Blue Yeti is the defacto standard among USB microphones. Connect your microphone directly to your computer, without needing a sound board, mixer, or preamp. This is a great option for webcasting, voiceover, or anywhere you need studio sound without any complicated setup.
This USB microphone has four different pickup patterns, making it versatile enough for nearly any application. We include the desktop stand with your rental.
We also rent the Blue Radius Shockmount designed specifically for the Yeti, to help reduce handling noise, when mounted to a standard mic stand.
The Shure Beta 58A is a supercardioid dynamic handheld microphone that’s one of our most popular rentals. Get the classic “Shure sound” that cuts through the mix, with bright midrange and moderate low-frequency rolloff for proximity effect control. The mic is great at controlling feedback, with highly directional sensitivity. Signal output is relatively high, making the mic a great choice for stage, or any time you need to run a long cable.
Discounts are available for rentals with multiple microphones.
The Blue Encore 200 handheld microphone is a dynamic capsule that’s engineered to deliver natural vocals with balanced highs and clear details, and exceptionally high gain for exceptionally low noise, even over long cable runs. The Encore 200 is a very popular renter for live performances, and it works well for studio and broadcast, as well. The mic requires phantom power.
This large-diaphragm condenser mic from M-Audio is an affordable way to record great studio voiceovers, vocals, or other projects. The microphone features low-noise Class A electronics and an evaporated-gold diaphragm just over one inch, for faithful reproduction of the human voice.
This simple handheld microphone is popular for events and presentations. It features an on-off switch for simple operation. Moderate isolation helps eliminate feedback while still making the microphone easy for anyone to use. This is a dynamic microphone, which means it does not require phantom power. It connects to any PA system or camera with standard XLR cables. If you want to go wireless, we can help you with a wireless adapter.
Looking for an audio system to go with your microphone? Get in touch and we can build an audio rental package to suit your needs.
The Rode VideoMic Pro provides quality shotgun sound with a small size. It’s designed to work with most smaller cameras that use 1/8″ (3.5mm) inputs, including most mirrorless and DSLR cameras. The integrated shockmount reduces handling noise, and the adjustable gain takes the pressure off your camera’s microphone preamps.
The Rode VideoMic Pro uses a supercardioid pattern to avoid unwanted noises from the side, and a low rolloff switch for outdoor use. The microphone mounts in a standard hot or cold camera shoe or on a 3/8″ thread. Runs all weekend on one 9v battery, included. We use a VideoMic Pro on everything we shoot on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, even when we’re running double-system sound. This makes for a cleaner, faster sync in post, plus we have an excellent backup source in case there are problems with the external audio recorder.
For DSLR shooting, we suggest turning your camera’s gain setting down as low as is reasonable, and turning up the level on the Rode VideoMic pro to max (+20 dB).
This Rode NTG-1 shotgun microphone uses 24-48v phantom power. Moderate rejection of off-axis sounds and great SNR make it a great all-purpose shotgun mic. Less “hot” than typical shotgun mics from manufacturers like Sennheiser, this mic is a perfect match with cameras and recorders with sensitive preamps.
Includes a low roll-off switch for rumble and wind reduction. We send ours with a windscreen and a shockmount with 3/8″ mounting threads, for easy attachment to your boom pole or camera shoe.
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