The Sphere DLX
The top model in the lineup is the Sphere DLX. It reproduces 38 vintage ribbon, condenser, and dynamic studio microphones, including versions made by Neumann, Telefunken, AKG, Sony, and other manufacturers. Acoustic guitars and drum overheads can be recorded in stereo by the DLX using just one mic. Using IsoSphere settings designed for bedroom studios and well-known isolation filters, it is simple to control room colouring for cleaner, more professional recordings.
The Sphere LX
A more compact and marginally less expensive iteration, the Sphere LX, supports 20 ribbon, condenser, and dynamic mic varieties. Dual gold-sputtered diaphragms and the lowest noise of the mic in its class are features of this microphone.
Changing the mic type, polar pattern, and other attributes is possible with both devices, even after tracking with any interface in any DAW. Additionally, they provide presets for the Apollo interface that is intended to assist users rapidly and with almost no delay to produce audio that sounds professional. Each device comes with a carrying case, a mount for a mic stand, and a wire, 25 feet for the Sphere DLX and 10 feet for the LX. A shock mount is also included with the DLX.
Price & Availability
The Sphere DLX and Sphere LX cost $1499 and $999, respectively. Both of them are available globally through Universal Audio’s official website. Shipping charges may vary according to the region.