Thomann's Cool Online Guides
Here's a list of our current Online Guides. Each one extends over several pages and explains a specific product area in simple terms with the aid of pictures and diagrams, covering their history, use, and different types. Some documents cover complete setups, and others specific techniques of use. If youre unsure of how to go about choosing the right product for you, or you just want to know more about any of these topics, read on!
Our aim is to explain the basic process of recording the electric guitar!
Recording choir music is always a challenge, even though it might not seem to be at first.
Large Diaphragm Microphones
They pick up any sound! In this guide, we have tracked down the most popular condenser microphones for you.
Headphones are basics for any studio or DJ. But not all headphones are created equal.
Radio Mics are designed to give the musician the freedom to move about the stage unhindered.
Stage Vocal Mics
There are many vocal microphones that are suitable for stage use, from the cheapest dynamic to the most expensive condenser.
Miking up and recording a drum kit is a fairly complicated procedure, and this can apply equally to choosing the right mics for the job.
Dynamic microphones are the basic tools of live sound and play an important role in every recording studio.
Recording Wind Instruments
Unfortunately, choosing a simple dynamic mic is just the beginning.
Small Diaphragm Mics
Read on and learn all you should know about small diaphragm mics
Learning to play an Viola is a long, but rewarding journey, and this guide has been designed to help at the start.
Recording Acoustic Guitars
The acoustic guitar is one of the most frequently recorded instruments in the studio, but it is often recorded poorly.
This guide aims to help complete beginners and existing double bass students (and their parents).
Learning to play an instrument is a long, but immensely rewarding journey, and this guide has been designed to help at the start of that journey.
Welcome to our Online Advisor for Harmonicas.
There are many types of reporting, interviewing and other broadcasts. Each bring their own audio challenges, and each have their own solutions.
Ribbon microphones sound full, rich, and smooth. Seasoned engineers love their unique sound.
We're looking forward to hearing from you and aim to solve any problems as soon as we can.