Choose your Lollipop tonal color
Tonal Color wheel | The tone color can be infinitely mixed and matched with the source audio, mic placement, tube/solid-state mic preamps, and even the style of music. All of which will determine which tonal paintbrush you want to use
CLOL 12 | Described as having a sheen, with the boosted mids. shining rather than bright - Cuts through in any mix! Solid fundamental lows.
Best Use: Large Body Frets, Rock Drum OH, Loud Rock / Hip-Hop Vocalists.
CLOL 251 | Our second brightest mic. Described as silky with big airband boost, smooth, mid response, and a full low end.
Best Use: Nylon Guitars, Harps, Mandolin, Bass Clarinet. Jazz Drum OH, any Breathy Vocalist.
CLOL 67 | Early 60’s vintage mic vibe. More mids than a 251, but less air than either 12 or 251. The most forgiving mic on widest of source material. Fits in all but the biggest mixes.
Best Use: Small Finger-Style or Parlor guitars, All Horns – Especially Sax; Clean Guitar Cabs, Jazz, R&B and Opera Singers.
CLOL 47 | The most neutral of all the lollipops, a 1950’s vibe with deep rich bass, tailored top-end.
Best Use: Distorted or Hissy Tube Cabs, Bright Sax Players, Kick Drum, Crooner Vocalists, Grand Piano, B-3, Harmonica.
CLOL 49 | 1940’s classic vibe. The mellowest lollipop, a shallow lower midrange boost with a deeply scooped 10kHz and sharp roll-off at 15k.
Best Use: Trombones, Guitar Cabs, Male Vocalist, any place you’d use a Ribbon.