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Never used a condenser mic on-stage before? Here’s your chance to see how it stacks up to the dynamics you usually use.
We’re searching for two winners to test out the Audio-Technica AT2010 condenser mic out on the road in July and August. Work with the staff of Performer Magazine and Audio-Technica to show the world what you can do with these mics by chronicling your behind-the-scenes experiences through video and social media, as well as being featured in our September issue! Plus you’ll get to keep the gear once you’re done telling the world all about it. Cool, huh!
Winner #1: We’re looking for a solo vocalist to document their experiences with the AT2010, and compare it to other dynamic mics they’ve used before. We’re open to all genres, from folk to hip-hop.▼ Article continues below ▼
Winner #2: We’re looking for a band with a lead vocalists and members who sing back-up vocals to test the AT2010 in a group setting. Again, we’d like the winning artist to compare the AT2010 to other dynamic mics they’ve used in the past, and report back their findings.
The AT2010 is designed to bring the studio-quality articulation and intelligibility of Audio-Technica’s renowned 20 Series to the stage, for crystal-clear vocal performances. Featuring the same 16 mm low-mass diaphragm found in the critically acclaimed AT2020 side-address studio condenser, the AT2010 excels wherever articulate vocals are needed: in houses of worship, for solo performances, jazz vocalists, singer/songwriters, and more.