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CURIOUS ABOUT STUDIO MICS?

Rob Tavaglione has your answers.

Rob asked, "Whether you're looking for your first 'really nice' microphone or expanding your mic locker, here's PSN's guide to the five 'must-have' categories, the classics to keep in mind, their modern-day counterparts, and how to use them."

And if he asked these, "the classics to keep in mind, their modern-day counterparts, and how to use them," he's recorded a thing or two. As you grow, that's what you end up considering micing pretty much anything.

Here's some compelling copy from the PSN article by Rob.

Every studio microphone is the “ears” of your audio recording kit and no single model will ever do, no matter how perfect or expensive it is. As you’ll soon see, audio capture isn’t so much about mics that pickup sound waves perfectly; rather, it’s about microphones that pickup sound waves in a manner that your ears “want” to hear and about the microphone technique required to create euphony—the ability to recreate sounds better than how they are heard in real life, in ways that will delight and astound listeners of all varieties.

Audio capture isn’t so much about mics that pickup sound waves perfectly; rather, it’s about microphones that pickup sound waves in a manner that your ears “want” to hear.

That is sound advice.

More from Mr. Tavaglione can be found here.

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