Our products are used by many well-known artists, companies and engineers. Here are some examples:
Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Steve Tyler (Aerosmith), Stevie Wonder, P. Diddy, Lenny Kravitz, Eddie van Halen, Eric Clapton, Celine Dion, Sheryl Crow, Jennifer Warnes, Butch Vig, John Lord, Hans Zimmer, Anita Baker, Sarah Brightman, Julio Iglesias, Bela Fleck, Jim Anderson/Patricia Barber, Donny Osmond, John Fogerty, Frank Sinatra jr., Kathy Mattea, Blixa Bargeld, Ullie Roth, Klaus Doldiger, BAP, Iarla O'Lionaird, Michael Brook, Nicky Rian, Whyclef Jean, Janet Jackson, Neil Young, Donald Fagen, Julian Lennon, Malcolm Luker, Marius Müller Westernhagen, Samy Deluxe, Mousse T, No Angels, Kool Savas, Stefan Raab, ...
Apple Computers Inc., Sony Music NYC, Sony Classical/Sound Emporium, Capitol Records Los Angeles, Disney Feature Animation, Todd AO, Skywalker Sound, Ambient Recording, Realworld Studios, Lukas Film, WDR, Pro Sieben, Swedish Radio,,...
Elliot Scheiner, Al Schmitt, Bruce Swedien, Chuck Ainlay, Neil Dorfsman, Johnny Horesco, Alan Meyerson, Malcom Luker, Steven Kempster, Marc Mancina, Ted Curtis/Upstair Production, Dieter Falk...
I tried the VM1 on a week of vocal recordings. I absolutely fell in love with it - it?s my new favorite vocal mic.
The VM1 is the essence of the advantages of a tube microphone without any of the disadvantages... an open door to sonic space.
Professional Audio Magazin:
The VM1 and VMX tube microphones are still the undisputed leaders of our reference list.
Fritz Fey / Studiomagazin:
To say that the vocal recording sounds even better than the original is to almost do justice to the VMX. It adds its own character without recognizably tainting the source. If you ask me, the VMX is a real masterpiece of microphone engineering.
Elliot Scheiner :
Never before did I come across a microphone of this caliber. The VMA is the best microphone I have ever worked with.
John Horesco IV (Jermaine Dupri, Janet Jackson, Usher, Mariah Carey, ...)
I would be honored to be mentioned on your website. I actually got a call today from a friend of mine who was working on a Janet Jackson mix that we had recorded vocals on and the producer, Rodney Jerkins, kept asking about the vocal sound, what mic we used, if it was a vintage mic, and how much were they. I had to smile when I told him it was not a vintage mic but a Brauner VMA! I LOVE my mic!
Review on ProAudioReview (external link)
Detail resolution, depth, spatial reproduction and appreciable proximity are the strengths of the Valvet.
The Phantom creates impressive character in every recording situation and portrays all of the instruments with amazing detail and excellent sound.
In comparison with other professional studio microphones, the Phantom V, like the AE, perform outstandingly: The (percieved) linearity with regards to frequency response and dynamic set the benchmark, the Brauner simply sounds closer to the original.
Review by Barry Rudolph, MIX magazine (external link)
The Phanthera sounds very elegant and confident, [...] another first-class product [...] we can already predict that it will be a success story.