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In today’s deep-dive Rode NT1-A review, I want to cover this utter workhorse of a microphone. It’s one of those mics you’ll find just about anywhere, in music, radio, and voice over studios around the world. Not only that, but it’s fast becoming a top choice for podcasters looking to start recording with their first
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