Great workhorses which are solid and reliable instrument dynamic microphones for instruments. Audio Technica's answer to Shure's SM 57 but with higher output, greater rejection of off-axis sounds and a smoother and flatter frequency response. I have several of the Audio Technica microphones and find they are all much better than they should be given their price range. These are great on toms, snares, guitar cabinets, piano and the odd smelly vox. If you see some cheap like I did grab them.
I am a final year student of the RMIT Bachelor of Music Industry Course. As part of my major project I have created a home studio with which to record my own music. This website chronicles the process that was followed and the items used within the studio.