New PDF release: Sound Advice on Microphone Techniques

By Bill A. Gibson

ISBN-10: 1931140278

ISBN-13: 9781931140270

Professional-sounding recordings commence with a superb sound resource, proficient microphone choice and ideal method. when you do not make stable microphone offerings, you are going to always struggle to get a good sound. find out how the 3 commonest microphone designs paintings and the way to exploit them. notice which microphones are urged for various tools and voices and listen to why at the accompanying audio CD. a sensible selection at this important aspect presents sound that is effortless to combination and combine. supply your recordings an opportunity and research nice microphone concepts.

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Two Condenser Mics From About Eight Inches There are several options for mic placement when miking the grand piano. The mics can either both be placed by the hammers, or they can be positioned with one mic over the treble strings by the hammers and the other over the bass strings, about halfway toward the far end of the piano. inches behind the hammers: one aimed toward the high notes and one aimed toward the low notes. The mics are about a foot apart and about eight inches from the strings. Audio Example 19 Two Condenser Mics by the Hammers To get a wider stereo image, or to gain better control of the lows in relation to the highs, move the mics further apart.

Here are some mics that I've used on grand piano and some of my observations on them. Keep in mind that each room and each piano is a little different. Sound Advice on Microphone Techniques InstantPro Series Miking the Piano With One Condenser With the lid wide open, place one condenser mic centered at the opening of the lid. Position the mic for the sound that provides the best musical support. Most of us have a limited number of choices when it comes to mic selection. If all you own is a moving-coil mic like the SM57, then that's what you'll need to use.

Audio Example 14 demonstrates the same vocal line as Audio Example 13, this time recorded from a distance of about 12 inches. Notice that the line still sounds full. Vocal Melody From 12 Inches (Condenser) The condenser mic capsule doesn't respond well to moisture. If the singer is too close, the mic might suddenly quit working and remain inoperable until the capsule dries out. When the capsule dries off sufficiently the mic will work again, but it's frustrating when this happens. If you want the close-miked sound from a condenser mic, use a foam wind screen to diffuse as much air and moisture as possible.

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