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LEWITT AUDIO LCT 240 PRO And LCT 440 PURE

Mike Hillier puts two new large-diaphragm condenser microphones from Lewitt Audio to the test in the studio

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On the surface, these two microphones are very similar. In fact, were it not for our LCT 240 Pro coming in a very stylish white finish, it would be near impossible to tell the two apart. Both mics are built into the same body, with no additional switches or features – unlike some of the more advanced mics in the Lewitt stable. However, look a little closer and the differences between the two mics start to reveal themselves.

Looking through the grille on the two mics reveals a larger, one-inch capsule in the LCT 440 Pure, compared to the 0.67 inch capsule in the LCT 240 Pro, and while the accessories in each box also differ slightly, it’s this difference in the capsule that really sets the two mics apart.

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In this issue, we’ve amassed the ultimate collection of professional advice on all things music; whether that's creating, recording, mixing, mastering or everything in between. Compiled from our interviews with such luminaries as John Leckie, Tony Visconti and Gary Numan, we’ve also got tips and alternative approaches from our (both pro and amateur) music-making audience. We hope this feature provides some inspiration for your creative studio endeavours. Also this issue, we chat to Catherine J Marks, a producer with some seriously impressive credits to her name and a nominee for this year’s MPG Producer Of The Year. We also spend some time with The Flashbulb, whose beautiful studio in the natural tranquility of Georgia is a thing to behold. We wrap up our A-Z series with Gear4Music, which is chock full of all the key terms and techniques that you need to know. We’ve also got our usual vast array of reviews and hands-on tutorial content, as well as an extensive guide to creating music on the move with an iPhone or iPad. We hope you enjoy the issue…