Ear Trumpet Labs has Home Recording Covered

Home Recording and Live Streaming with Ear Trumpet Labs

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Distinctive Microphone Models Offer Superior Sound Quality and Easy Setup for Musicians and Artists of All Genres

PORTLAND, OR (April 29, 2020) …”Simply put, artists deserve to be heard,” Ear Trumpet Labs founder Philip Graham states the company’s core belief. With concerts cancelled and artists in lockdown, Ear Trumpet Labs (ETL) microphones are assisting in the creation and delivery of music from bedrooms, basements, apartments, and homes across the world. With cost-effective models offering superior sound quality for live streaming and home recording, it is no surprise that artists are turning to ETL for the perfect solution to create in the new normal.

Ear Trumpet Labs has created a special portal of their website where artists, engineers, and musicians alike can browse the best models and view techniques to improve their home setup, available at www.EarTrumpetLabs.com/Livestream.
Hand-crafted at their workshop in Portland, OR, ETL creates condenser microphones that transition effortlessly between the stage and the studio and suggests the following models for home studios and livestreams.

  • Delphina provides a smooth tone and is ideal on a single source (voice, acoustic guitar, fiddle, etc.), a single player (voice and guitar), or a small ensemble.
    Myrtle offers the same warm tone as Delphina with classic vintage styling perfect for singer-songwriters (voice and guitar) and small acoustic ensembles.
    Louise also has spring suspended retro styling but delivers a brighter, crisper tone best suited for small acoustic ensembles and singer-songwriters (voice and guitar).

All mics require phantom power and a way to connect to a computer or phone, but no particular preamp is necessary. ETL suggests the iRig Pre as an economical option to connect straight to a phone with ease.

Artists such as The War & Treaty, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Jarle Bernhoft, Lindsay Lou, The Small Glories, Celia Woodsmith of Della Mae and more have successfully used Ear Trumpet Labs microphones for live streaming and recording at home.

“We’re proud that our Ear Trumpet Labs artists have been able to continue reaching their audiences remotely with the same mics they use at live concerts,” Graham affirms. “We design our mics for clear, natural sound quality whether on a live stage, in the studio, or in live-from-home performances.”

To learn more about how Ear Trumpet Labs can elevate your home studio or livestream, please visit www.EarTrumpetLabs.com.

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