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Recording Microphones

Recording microphones have one job; to convert acoustic energy into an electrical signal that can be amplified and recorded. There are many different mic styles each suited for different applications. When setting up the studio for a session, the mic … Continue reading

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Dynamic Microphones

Dynamic Microphones are definitely the best microphone for sound and music reproduction. It works like a loudspeaker, but reversed. These microphones handle high volume levels from musical instruments and amplifiers and are best suited for guitar amplifiers, drums and vocals. … Continue reading

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Ribbon Microphone

Ribbon microphones were the first commercially successful directional microphones. This type of microphone (also referred to as ‘velocity’ microphone) uses a thin metal ribbon placed between the poles of a magnet and generates voltages by electromagnetic induction. Ribbon mics are … Continue reading

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