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Microphone introduction


 The two most common types of microphone are dynamic and condenser. 
Dynamic mics have a simple, rugged construction and can handle very high sound pressure levels.A Condenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.
A transducer converts sound into an electrical signal.
The Polar pattern describes how well the microphone hears sound from different directions.Cardioid Picks up most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. It is less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments.
Frequency ResponseThis is the range of frequencies, from the lowest to the highest, that a mic can pick up.50 Hz - 15 kHz
Sensitivity This is how mich signal a microphone produces for a given amount of sound.
Frequency This is how many times a sound or radio wave oscillates in one second.

STAGE MONITOR & P.A. LOUDSPEAKERS PLACEMENT
Place the stage monitor directly behind the microphone. Locate the P.A. loudspeakers so that they point away from the rear of the microphone. With the speakers located in these positions, the possibility of feedback is greatly reduced.

Always check the stage setup before a performance to ensure optimum placement of microphone and monitors.

 


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