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03.08.2012| By Shure Notes|
We’ve educated our blog readers on the importance of Operating Principles and Frequency Response as part of our “Understanding Microphone Specifications” video series and now, in Part III, we review Polar Pattern. A microphone’s Polar Pattern defines how it responds to sounds coming from different directions. Understanding this specification will help you maximize pick up of desired sound sources, while minimizing feedback and background noise. Watch as we demonstrate mics with the following polar patterns: omnidirectional, unidirectional, cardioid, supercardioid and bidirectional. Check out the other videos in this series: Understanding Mic Specs, Part 1 (Operating Principle) Understanding …tagsbidirectionalcardioidhow mics worklive soundmicrophoneomnidirectionalpolar patternrecordingspecificationssupercardioidunidirectional
02.29.2012| By Shure Notes|
Last week we launched a video series to help our blog readers understand how microphones work and discussed the Operating Principle in Part I. In Part II, we define Frequency Response—the range of frequencies a microphone can reproduce—and explain the differences between mics with flat response vs. shaped response. Watching the video will help you make better choices when buying microphones and will also ensure you understand how to get the best results. Check out the other videos in this series: Understanding Mic Specs, Part 1 (Operating Principle) Understanding Mic Specs, Part 3 (Polar Pattern) …tagscondenserdynamicflat responsefrequency responsehow mics workmicrophoneshaped responsespecifications
02.22.2012| By Shure Notes|
At Shure, it’s not only our passion to make great microphones, but also to ensure you know how to use your Shure mic for a particular purpose. That’s why we’ve put together a four part video …