Home Studio & Recording
For aspiring solo artists, bands, DJs and producers we offer a full range of home studio and recording equipment to help you showcase your talents with professional quality results, including headphones, microphones and studio monitors.
Beyerdynamic's studio headphones are a long-established favourite of professional recording facilities across the globe and can be seen everywhere from Abbey Road to BBC Live Lounge sessions. They are trusted for their unbiased and neutral sound, that allow accurate monitoring and mixing. If you want to acheive professional results use what the pros use: DT 770 Pro - the name says it all!
Beyerdynamic also offers a wide range of microphones to suit any recording application or instrument, including classic studio models such as the M 88 TG and MC 930. Whether you're recording vocals, close-miking guitar amplifiers, capturing a full drum kit or an orchestral ensemble; beyerdynamic has the perfect microphone to suit the task.
Mackie studio monitors need no introduction, with the HR series being an industry standard for over a decade. Mackie have built their reputation by bringing professional performance and features into project studios and home recording set-ups with a range of monitor speakers that deliver well above their price point. If you want your mixtape or demo to get noticed don't hit upload until you've listened to it on Mackie studio monitors!
For decades now, professional users all around the world have placed their trust in beyerdynamic studio headphones. They remain the number one choice for music producers, sound technicians and broadcast users and are firmly established as essential equipment in recording studios worldwide.
The legendary DT 770/880/990 PRO series has it's roots back in 1981, when the DT 880 was launched - the first dynamic headphone with electrostatic characteristics. In 1985 the DT 770 and 990 models were introduced, completing the series and providing the market with a choice of closed (DT 770), semi-open (DT 880) and open (DT 990) types, for maximum flexibility.
The natural evolution of the much-loved PRO models can be found in the DT 1770 PRO and DT 1990 PRO, adding beyerdynamic's acclaimed Tesla technology to the mix for an unrivalled level of sonic detail and dynamic range.
Beyerdynamic is an industry leading manufacturer of transducers, which are the core components of their microphones, as well as their celebrated headphones.
The classic microphones of the beyerdynamic M Series combine outstanding sound characteristics with rugged quality in an instantly recognisable form factor. As long-standing studio favourites with producers and recording engineers, microphones such as the M 160 ribbon microphone or dynamic M 88 TG are linked to the history of rock and roll through the ages, and can be heard on countless hit records.
The Touring Gear series is a completely new microphone range from beyerdynamic, totally redesigned from the ground up with a brand new identification system to make selection of our microphones easier for you, the user. The 'TG' for Touring Gear is followed by the letter of the specific area of application: 'V' for vocal, 'H' for headsets, 'L' for lavaliere, 'D' for drums and 'I' for instruments. Touring Gear embodies the sound of German craftsmanship from beyerdynamic.
Today’s studio demands a monitor that can reproduce sound as precisely as it is recorded. The same innovation that saw Mackie's pioneering HR Series become an industry standard has led to the birth of just such a monitor as well as a new studio standard. Meet the HRmk2.