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Soyuz Spotlight: Haxton Road Studios

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Soyuz Spotlight: Haxton Road Studios

Soyuz Spotlight: Haxton Road Studios

In our new blog series, Soyuz Spotlight, we’re sitting down with engineers, producers and studio owners from around the world to talk about the spaces and gear they use to create. Our first installment finds us in Bentonville, Arkansas, home to Haxton Road Studios. When talking to studio owner Neil Greenhaw, it’s abundantly clear that

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Soyuz Microphones 2021 Year In Review

Soyuz Microphones 2021 Year In Review

2022 is nearly here and we’re reflecting on what went into every Soyuz microphone built in the past year. Check out our new infographic below to learn more about each pound of brass, every ounce of paint and all of the components we soldered during the last 365 days. Stick around until the very end

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Santa Saves The Day With Soyuz Microphones

Santa Saves The Day With Soyuz Microphones

Santa just got back from his midnight ride and is ready to settle in for a long winter’s nap. A startling knock at the door reveals one last request for the ultimate Christmas present. Someone wants a Soyuz microphone, so Santa springs into action… Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays From The Soyuz Family! Want to

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Explore Each Of Our Microphones In The Soyuz Minute Series

Explore Each Of Our Microphones In The Soyuz Minute Series

In our new video series, Soyuz Minute, Marc Kuzio is walking you through each of our microphone offerings. Watch below for a breakdown of each mic’s sound characteristics and learn about how it’s made. You can also check out our Listening Library playlist for each mic after its Soyuz Minute video. You’ll be able to

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Introducing The 017 Series: Brass Black

Introducing The 017 Series: Brass Black

LIMITED EDITION SWORDS INTO PLOWSHARES… BLUE STEEL INTO BRASS BLACK The hometown of Soyuz, Tula, has a tradition of metallurgy dating back centuries. Local iron ore attracted craftsmen, who soon gained a reputation for the finest samovars in the Russian Empire. Where there are blacksmiths, there are guns. Soon Tula became a center of, not only

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Soyuz Soundcheck: Tennis

Soyuz Soundcheck: Tennis

Tennis is one of the hardest working, most consistent bands around.  Currently five albums and two EPs into their recording career together, Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley have proven to be evolving artists and champions of DIY in all formats. Following their 2020 self-recorded and produced album SWIMMER the group has seen the addition of

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Launchers in The Wild | Drums

Launchers in The Wild | Drums

What happens when you record with a Soyuz Launcher on every channel? Amazing sounds of course! Recently, our friends Cem Misirlioglu (Sessa) and Mikey Coltun (Mdou Moctar) ventured out to a remote location in upstate New York along with 5 Launchers to find what magic they could work on drums. Watch as the Launchers are

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Show us Your Soyuz! Win a Launcher!

Show us Your Soyuz! Win a Launcher!

Today marks the beginning of our new “Launcher of The Month” contest: an ongoing – indefinitely until further notice – monthly showcase & giveaway We love seeing what all of you in our Soyuz family are working on ; how you use your Soyuz gear to create and do what do you do best! Consider

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A Guide To The Launcher

A Guide To The Launcher

The Launcher has landed and is destined to be your dynamic mics’ new best friend. Chances are you’ve seen this little ivory box floating around your Instagram and Facebook pages. Or maybe you’ve wondered how your friends and peers are squeezing so much sound from a simple setup? Maybe you’re the adventurous type and want

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WATCH | The Bomblet : The Almighty Workhorse | Creative Sound Lab Review

WATCH | The Bomblet : The Almighty Workhorse | Creative Sound Lab Review

From the very first prototype, we knew there was something truly special about The Bomblet. This FET large diaphragm condenser quickly proved to be an ultimate studio workhorse microphone for all varieties of instruments and vocals. Sounds just seem to fall into place effortlessly with a “finished” feeling that lends itself perfectly to the fast-paced

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