Posts Tagged ‘sennheiser 416’


Putting the Sennheiser 416 to work

Here is a video I voiced for my friend Cy Leland and Trident Media Services. I think Cy’s editor Sammy did an amazing job considering this project went from paper to finished video in 36 hours. I think you’ll hear how the Sennheiser 416 helps the voice cut through a pretty dramatic score.

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Sennheiser 416 Microphone

I’ve actually had the Sennheiser 416 short shotgun microphone in the home studio for about a month now. I recorded a couple of political spots with it in late October. And yeah, I like it. At least for commercials and promos. It has an upfront “in your face” sound to it that seems to adds […]

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The Sennheiser 416 Microphone

It seems odd that a microphone made for film and video location recording would find its way into the voice-over booth but it has.  The Sennheiser 416 is popular on the West Coast but not so much in New York.  One studio in the Dallas area uses it a lot and it is there where […]

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