Rode NT1 Fifth-Era Microphone Pairs USB-C And XLR With No-Clipping Promise

Inside is Rode’s Revolution Preamp, together with an analog-to-digital converter supporting as much as 192 kHz. As we have seen from different current Rode microphones, like November’s NT-USB+, there’s additionally APHEX audio processing operating on the onboard DSP. With the Rode Central and Rode Join apps, it means a local compressor, noise gate, two-step high-pass filter, and Rode’s Aural Exciter and Massive Backside results, although you will must be making use of the USB-C┬áconnection in an effort to entry all of them.

For velocity of tweaking, there’s Rode’s VoxLab editor: providing up a trio of controls, for Depth, Sparkle, and Punch. Alternatively, these with extra granular adjustments in thoughts can modify a broader vary of settings throughout the superior editor. As much as eight NT1 Fifth Era microphones might be plugged in through USB-C concurrently, with help for each Home windows and macOS.

As for the capsule, that is the 1-inch HF6, which Rode launched again within the NT1 4th Era. It has a good cardioid polar sample, with 4dBa of self-noise, a 20Hz-20kHz frequency vary, and is billed as being as succesful with vocals as it’s with devices.