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REMIC MICROPHONES is the leading Professional designer & manufacturer of high definition condenser microphones for classical instruments.

Based in the heart of Jutland, Denmark, we have been developing microphones specialized for classical instrument, since 1996.

Your passion is music, performing. Our passion is capturing sound of classical instruments. To combine them, REMIC MICROPHONES has been working in close cooperation with instrument-builders, artists and sound – technicians to design the very best microphone tools for live- and studio- productions…ever.!

The feeling of being “in touch” with your instrument – gives you the freedom to act. That very freedom gives you an outstanding opportunity to deliver your very best to your audience!
We give you the freedom to act….EXPRESS YOUR ART!
High definition microphones for classical instruments. For live, studio, theatre, Broadcast. All Remic microphones are designed and handcrafted in Denmark. Microphones for violin, viola, cello, upright bass, duble bass, grand piano, drums, brass instruments.Condenser microphones, non piezoelectric pickup, non piezo pickup.
technology – which REMIC states allows the sound of an instrument to be “partly captured immediately after the first air molecules are set in motion by the soundboard of the instrument” and partly “in a limited and strongly controlled nearfield, which captures the overtone register of the instrument” – the aim is of course, to eliminate pollution from unwanted sources of sound, like reflections from the venue, PA system, stage monitors and other instruments.the best microphone for violin, the best microphone for cello, the best microphone for double bass, upright bass, how to choose the right microphone,the best microphone for live performance, the best mic for live performance, the mic that doesn’t feed, anti feedback mic, anti feedback microphone.