SC-1 Standard Condenser Microphone
Get the sounds of the world's most famous mics with Hemisphere mic modeling.
With the SC-1 microphone and Hemisphere mic modeling, you'll capture album-ready vocals and instruments with the authentic sound and character of the most popular studio mics ever made — all with a single pro-quality condenser.
Record Pro Vocals and Instruments
The SC-1 gives you classic condenser sound perfect for vocals, acoustic guitar, strings, even a loud guitar cab thanks to its high SPL handling. Plus, its ultra-linear circuit and extended dynamic range ensures distortion-free results in both low and high frequencies, giving you smooth results, everytime.
Authentic Mic Modeling Made Simple
Using the same award-winning tech as our UA Sphere modeling microphones, the included Hemisphere mic modeling plug-in gives your studio the authentic sound of essential condenser mics from Neumann, Sony, AKG, and more — in realtime with Apollo or natively in your DAW.* You can also shape the sound of your recordings using filter, proximity, and axis controls — even after tracking.
Own the SC-1 Standard Condenser? Click here to register your mic and get Hemisphere mic modeling software.
Enjoy a Studio Workhorse for Years to Come
With a sleek, modern design and rugged build quality, the SC-1 will give you decades of uncompromising recordings, no matter what you put in front of it.
Large-diaphragm professional studio condenser microphone
Hemisphere mic modeling for the sounds of iconic condenser mics
Lowest self noise (12 dB) and highest max SPL (145 dB) of any modeling mic in its class
Quality UA craftsmanship and stylish, rugged build
Includes mic mount, 5/8” to 3/8” thread adapter, and UA carrying case*Hemisphere plug-in available upon product registration. Hemisphere for UAD and Apollo Realtime available early November 2023. All trademarks are property of their respective owners and used only to represent the microphones and sound treatment modeled as part of the Hemisphere software.
SC-1 Standard Condenser with Hemisphere Mic Modeling