The Sony F-99T is a stereo dynamic mic with a range of something like 80hz to 12Khz. It was built in 1980 and sold as an affordable mic for use with tape recording machines. You can imagine what kind of sounds you can get with this mic. It seems to be well built, and have quality jacks and wire.
I've been writing music, programming MIDI and recording multi-track sound since 1989, and performing voice work professionally since 2005. My music can be found in several TV shows like Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters, Velocity Network’s All Girls Garage and Discovery Network’s Hell on Hooves. I've composed production music for films, advertising, broadcast, live sports entertainment and corporate media. I earned an A.A.A.S. degree in Audio Engineering from Shoreline Community College (2013), and studied Voice Over at UNLV (2008). I've also played guitar, bass and drums in a few bands.View all posts by John Longen →