At the tail-end of what would traditionally be AES season, Warm Audio
is putting an exclamation point on the current crop of new releases with the WA-67
. That's right, the pro audio brand that has given us wallet-friendly versions of the 47
, and 251
is now back with its own take on the classic workhorse microphone.
For the uninitiated, the U67 came about when Telefunken would no longer produce the VF14 steel tube used for the U47. Neumann began working on the microphone's successor and introduced the U60 in 1960. This mic would eventually become known as the U67. Since its launch, the microphone has reached Mt. Rushmore-level status, a must-have for any session. Continue reading →