Whether you play the drums, horn or strings, you deserve to get the best sound possible from your instrument when playing live.
The award-winning d:vote™ Series, gives you a much more natural sound than any internal microphone or pickup. This condenser microphone rejects unwanted noise and accurately captures the true voice of your acoustic instrument.
From the piano to guitar; strings to woodwinds; brass to percussion, the d:vote™ Series sounds equally impressive on them all. Now, just one microphone model can beautifully reinforce an entire orchestra. You can move the mic to another instrument; just make sure you have the right type of clip to mount it correctly.
Instrument microphone design
From studio to stage with one amazing mic.
When it comes to versatility, no single microphone can do more for you than the d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphone. You can use it in the studio today and during your live performance tomorrow.
Designed with a supercardioid polar pattern for high rejection and superior gain-before-feedback, the mic retains a highly uniform off-axis frequency response. It also features an enhanced shock mount design, a choice of detachable cables in two diameters, as well as a versatile gooseneck extender.
Known for their discreet size and elegance, these mics feature a lightweight design. Yet, d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones are also rugged. The versatile gooseneck provides stable and repeatable positioning. The mics can be easily unclipped and repositioned or moved to another instrument. The mounting system is designed to never blemish or scratch the finish of your instrument. The flexible design supports a wide variety of mounting and positioning possibilities.
I've been using d:vote™ Instrument Microphones for many years, especially on cello and double bass. I really like them because they are so small, light and easy to install. They come with a fabulous range of accessories and are not invasive, even on small instruments such as violins. In terms of sound, they bring out the true nature of an acoustic instrument and deliver the deep, full-bodied, true low end bass that you expect to hear.
– Simone 'Zeta' Saccomandi, front of house engineer for Italian ensemble, LE DIV4S Read story