Bowtown Music’s recording studio is closed. All equipment is for sale.

If interested, contact us!


Lynx Aurora 8-8 Channel Convertor Mastering AD/Da – asking $1,400

  • Audio-to-digital and digital-to-audio converter that was made for the modern age, giving you an exceptional conversion rate of 192 kHz, 8 channels of analog I/O and 8 channels of AES/EBU I/O, all using DB-25 connectors.


Toft Audio ATC-2 Channel Compressor/Equalizer –  asking $1,200

  • Toft Audio ATC2, provides two recording channels, each comprising mic preamp, equalizer and dynamics.


FP10 24-bit FireWire Recording interface Presonus  – asking $200

  • The FP10 FireWire recording interface is equipped with eight PreSonus microphone preamplifiers, 24-bit/96K analog to digital conversion along with SPDIF and MIDI inputs and outputs for professional quality convenient and compact no-hassle recording.


G2.1u Zoom Guitar Pedal – asking $100

  •  All the effects you expect, and a few that may surprise you, are packed into the G2.1U. From the basics like chorus, EQ, reverbs, and a selection of delays, 

  • to far-out special effects like slow attack and ring modulator. Quiet Operation ZOOM’s proprietary noise-reduction circuit keeps your guitar whisper-quiet when you’re not playing.


Sennheiser Studio Recording Professional Microphone MK4 with Shockmount- asking $250

MXL V67i Condenser Microphone – asking $100

Neumann Berlin U87 Ai Studio Set of Condenser Microphones – asking $3500 Mint (New $4675)

  •  The Neumann U 87 Ai is probably the best-known and most frequently used studio microphone the world over. Its smooth and refined sound is as iconic as its elegant exterior design. 

  • The U 87 Ai is the epitome of a large diaphragm condenser microphone.  This is what a studio microphone looks like. The U 87 Ai represents studio quality; it has become the gold standard by which other microphones are measured.

  • What sets the U 87 Ai apart is its unique combination of linearity and character. Although its on-axis frequency response is remarkably flat, it does exert certain charisma. It just sounds right! This makes the U 87 Ai both versatile and instantly recognizable.



Audio-Technica AT2050 – Studio Mic – asking $175


  • Three switchable polar patterns: omni, cardioid, figure-of-eight

  • Switchable 80 Hz high-pass filter and 10 dB pad

  • Large diaphragm for smooth, natural sound and low noise

  • State-of-the-art surface-mount electronics ensure compliance with A-T?s stringent consistency and reliability standards.


Rode Microphone NT1-A  includes box, black pouch and instruction manual. *With shockmount – asking $175


Pair of SHURE KSM 137 SL Stereo Condenser Mics – complete set in case – asking $950

  • Highly consistent cardioid polar pattern

  • Ultra-thin, 2.5 micron, 24 karat gold-layered, low mass Mylar diaphragm for superior transient response

  • Class A, discrete, transformer less preamplifier for transparency, extremely fast transient response, no crossover distortion, and minimal harmonic and intermodulation distortion

  • Premium electronic components, including gold-plated internal and external connectors

  • Subsonic filter eliminates low frequency rumble (less than 17 Hz) caused by mechanical vibration


CAD Prem 7Pc Perc Pack 1 – CAD D12, Two GXL 1200, Four TSM411 & hardware – asking $300

  • The CAD D12 Dynamic Kick Drum Microphone is a rugged dynamic microphone ideal for capturing kick drums, bass cabinets and other low-frequency instruments. The cardioid polar pattern minimizes noise and off-axis feedback. The D12 is also well suited for floor toms, congas, and large percussion instruments.


NS10 – KRK Rokit 5 Monitors – asking $250


Yamaha NS-10M Studio Monitors – asking $800

Few studio monitors have enjoyed the longevity and acclaim (as well as an army of vocal detractors…) of the Yamaha NS-10M, which isn’t all that bad for a speaker that was originally designed and marketed for casual home listening. They’ve got anything but a flat response, but the idea is that when you get a mix perfect on a pair of NS-10M’s, that mix will be perfect everywhere. When legendary engineer Bob Clearmountain started carting his set around NYC in the 1980s, colleagues took notice and the NS-10M became standard-issue kit for major recording studios all over the globe.


Stay tuned for additions and updates!

GXL 1200 | T3M 411 | AT 2050 | APEX 205

Apex 415 | Apex 185







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