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Steve Pageot works with the C414 XLII, the K240 MKII's and more

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Steve Pageot

A passionate producer.

Legendary producer Steve Pageot picked up his first AKG recording microphone at the age of 19, from where he ambitiously combined his engineering skills with a passion for music, leading to an esteemed career in music production. Inspired by electronic engineering magazines, he taught himself how to mix and record songs three years later. Today, he uses several AKG microphones and headphones that have seen him through countless studio sessions.

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What Hi-Fi? Renders Judgment

on 2nd December 2014

The hard-core, golden-eared critics at What Hi-Fi? recently put the AKG K812 headphones through their paces to see how they measure up. The verdict? Five out of five stars – the highest possible rating!

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Stockholm University going digital

on 9th Oct 2014

Universities are often a juxtaposition of the new and the old, the traditional and the groundbreaking. Tweedy grey-bearded professors working alongside tech-savvy hipsters. Ivy-covered walls leading to glass and steel additions. But one area where a 21st century university can’t be traditional is its technology. That’s why Stockholm University turned to AKG when it was time to upgrade the technology in its lecture halls.

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Soulmate rely on the WMS40 Mini

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Soulmate

Feeling the blues.

Posted on 07th October 2014

Anyone could be excused for doing a double take upon hearing about an Indian blues band. Isn’t India the land of sitars, tablas and the outrageously upbeat pop of Bollywood? Indeed, it is. But the country’s thriving music scene also includes dozens of rock, blues and heavy metal bands, and among the hottest is AKG supporter Soulmate, an Indian blues band that has performed worldwide.

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Jose J. Cortijo with the C414 XLS

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Jose J. Cortijo

Percussion Perfectionist

Posted on 26th August 2014

Musician, tutor, composer, author – percussionist Jose Cortijo is immersed in the world of percussion, performing with world-renowned artists, recording, teaching, writing and always inspiring. Intimately familiar with the many instruments he plays, Jose works with the AKG C414 XLS for one simple reason – it faithfully delivers the sound he expects to hear.

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    "The Groove Pack is an amazing assortment of mics that offers quality for any drummer, no matter what their skill level. The pack is always with me – in my studio, on the road or on stage."
    » Rick Latham

    Rick Latham uses the AKG Groove Pack

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Schmidt relies on the HT4500

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Schmidt

Cabaret Pop

Posted on 12th August 2014

“Pop noir” – that’s what German singer songwriter SCHMIDT calls her style. “Berlin sex appeal”, “deep blue pop”, “grandiose cabaret pop” – these are labels the media came up with as they scrambled to describe the pop and jazz singer following the debut of her first full-length album, “Femme SCHMIDT”, in the spring of 2012. But perhaps it was the German edition of Elle that best conveyed how different this 23-year-old singer and AKG artist is.

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Rick Latham uses the AKG Groove Pack

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Rick Latham

In the groove

Posted on 29th July 2014

Rick Latham is all about the groove. One of the most in-demand studio and touring drummers, he’s experienced in a wide range of genres. But when all is said and done, it’s finding the groove that drives Rick and he relies on his AKG Groove Pack to capture it all.

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Mozes and The Firstborn - I Got Skills

Garage Rock From Eindhoven

on 24th July 2014

On a sunny, tree-lined street in a Vienna park, four twenty-something men plant themselves in the middle of the road, two with guitar in hand. As cyclists, joggers and horse carriages amble by, the four count down and start to perform as a video crew records it all. But these aren’t street musicians. It’s Mozes and The Firstborn.

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Niladri Kumar relies on the AKG C411

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Niladri Kumar

Genre-bending virtuoso

Posted on 17th July 2014

It’s not unusual for a musician, after many years of releasing music in a specific genre, to dabble in something completely different. But few have succeeded in building a career around crisscrossing from one genre to another, and fewer still have been as highly regarded for their achievements as has Niladri Kumar. An award-winning world musician, Niladri is considered both a sitar and zitar virtuoso, the later a combination sitar and guitar and Niladri’s own creation amplified by an AKG miniature pickup.

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