Tag Archives: Music

Alexa Goddard uses the RODE NT1-A

from RODE


Incredibly talented vocalist Alexa Goddard shot to fame after her YouTube cover of Soulja Boy’s “Turn My Swag On” amassed an incredible 1.5 million views in just four weeks. Like countless others, the RØDE NT1-A was the microphone she trusted to faithfully record her vocals.

Despite her sudden online notoriety, Alexa’s musical career has been years in the making. A seasoned performing professional despite her youth, Alexa has been singing professionally for over seven years, having first picked up a microphone at the tender age of four years old.



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Using the Edirol UA-25EX in your Home Studio

The Edirol UA-25EX was released a few years ago, but is still a great choice for use in your home studio, especially now as the price is within most home budgets.

from Roland

Rugged, compact, and feature-filled, the UA-25EX is a portable-interface powerhouse. Ideal for computer-based audio engineers who appreciate mobility, this 24bit/96kHz USB audio interface is equipped with pro-grade microphone preamps, a newly-developed analog compressor/limiter, and ground-lift functionality for studio and stage.

  • High-resolution 24bit/96kHz performance with pro-grade mic preamps
  • Onboard analog compressor/limiter with variable attack times and threshold control
  • USB bus powered, low-noise, wide-range power supply
  • Two mic preamps and XLR/TRS combo jacks with 48V phantom power, Hi-Z port for guitar-direct connection, S/PDIF optical I/O, MIDI in/out
  • Ground lift for studio and live stage use
  • Bundled with Production Plus Pack from Cakewalk By Roland



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Using RODE Microphones to Record Guitars

from RODE University

“One of the reason’s the NT1-A makes an appearance on guitar amps for me is it’s super quiet. It has a self noise of 5dB. It’s cardioid polar pattern means that I can place it in a room and get a very wide sound”


“The NT3 is a no nonsense, hard hitting microphone. We can simply put this on guitar amplifier, and set and forget. It’s got a really unique low, mid and high frequency response.”