The Lauten Audio Atlantis is a microphone that has 3 different circuitry: Forward, Normal and Gentle. If you’ve been watching some pureMix videos lately, you know that we love microphones that are not too bright, or don’t hurt your eyes and teeth when you listen too them.
In order to test it, we decided to bring Will Knox and his guitar in the studio and record a couples of verses on the Normal and Gentle positions. Have a listen for yourself and make up your mind... Here’s a hint: the result speaks for itself.
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Tom cat •Thursday, August 4, 2016
The power of your videos and expertise Fab! I just purchased this mic! It will be my first high quality condenser mic. (Replacing an Audio Tech. 2020) I also bought the Apollo Twin. Can't wait to try it. Your recommendation was huge a factor in the choice, I also like the versality of this mic: 3 setting 3 Patterns and 3 levels - great for someone that is attempting to up his game on budget! Thank you so much!
GuitarLegend •Sunday, August 2, 2015
Your link to Lauten Audio is broken
I can get to it here http://www.lautenaudio.com/
MickeyFlanagan •Thursday, March 13, 2014
Very nice song...Lovely voice and haunting lyrics. The 2nd setting was much more pleasing with it's rounded top end. The 1st Mic setting was harsh, as well as essses in abundance. The 2nd setting was a much better match for this situation.
garybrun •Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Just ordered mine..
TRAN5IENT •Sunday, September 1, 2013
Yeah, that's just GREAT. Make sure you test only 2 of 3 possible settings, leaving out the only one I'M interested in, for .
Screw it, off to grab the RODE and save some money.
Piccco1 •Sunday, March 24, 2013
Studioface & Dylan i agree with you both. Great source material to start with and when the mic recorded with no gain it was much more pleasing and musical. The mic picked up a bit more of the guitar with light gain but the vocal suffered with the distortion it added. It also made the changes due to proximity effect more jarring.
Riko •Sunday, November 25, 2012
On dirait que le switch transforme le diaphragm en ruban. Très agréable et versatile.
zindozs •Monday, November 19, 2012
Punaise, ça réchauffe grave! Le mode "standard" est limite "nasal", flat, alors que le "gentle" enclenche une sorte de loudness qui dope le bas médium et qui réchauffe le son. Très agréable, très fin, et super détaillé!
studioface •Tuesday, November 13, 2012
It blows my mind that no one has commented on the actual musician/songwriter being recorded here. I think all-too-often people forget that the source is the most important thing. The song is king, the performance is second, the recording a distant 3rd, in my opinion. I know this website is all about recording (I'm a subscriber and I can't begin to tell you how much I love this site), but the first thing that struck me here was not the microphone or its settings, but #1 what a great song this is and #2 what a great performer Will is. Simply amazing!
dylanmackenzie •Monday, October 29, 2012
The gentle setting defiantly gave for a more richer tone on his voice. amazing work guys
jaisatriani •Thursday, October 11, 2012
Same as Lupez. Any discount for puremix subscribers??
bloud •Sunday, July 29, 2012
If you have not already contacted Lauten Audio, please do so and we will workout how to get an Atlantis to Italy.
Federico Lopez •Sunday, July 29, 2012
I am considering this mic. Any discount for Puremix subscribers?
rlooney •Sunday, July 8, 2012
Beautiful. Me and a friend were blown away by Lauten at your Sweetwater '12 presentation. Definitely on the list of purchases.
ajpmalloy •Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Love the Gentle setting. Matches the tone of his voice a bit better.