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Further Reading

Mic Basics: What is Frequency Response?
A Shure Educational Podcast

Part two of our three-part series on microphone basics. In this episode, Chris Lyons talks about the frequency response of a microphone, both flat and shaped. Listen to the Podcast (Right click, save as...) Editor's Note: This post originally was published on March 3, 2009, and updated on August 10, 2017.    Edited Transcript
A microphone only does one thing. It converts sound into an electrical signal that can be amplified, recorded, or transmitted. But, there are a number of …
From the shure blog
Microphone Directionality and Polar Pattern Basics
Microphones are used to capture or reinforce a particular sound. The challenge for an engineer is to select the right microphone for their …
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How to Choose the Right Microphone
Have you ever wondered which microphone is best for you? It's possibly the most commonly asked question by musicians and in many ways - one of the …

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