Studio Microphone<br />Studio microphone is certainly undoubtedly one of the most fundamental gear while it pertains to in...
Majority of today’s studio microphones are USB microphones.<br />Attaining the required music sound requires one to direct...
Different types of Studio Microphones<br /><ul><li>The first type of studio microphone is the condenser microphone.
The second type of studio microphone is dynamic microphone.
The third major type of studio microphone is the ribbon microphone. </li></ul>http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
The first type of studio microphone is the condenser microphone.<br />The first type of studio microphone is the condenser...
Condenser Microphone<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
The second type of studio microphone is dynamic microphone. <br />The second type of studio microphone is dynamic micropho...
Dynamic Microphone<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
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  1. 1. Studio Microphone<br />Studio microphone is certainly undoubtedly one of the most fundamental gear while it pertains to installing your home studio.<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  2. 2. Majority of today’s studio microphones are USB microphones.<br />Attaining the required music sound requires one to direct the sound signal to the correct studio microphone. Therefore, for any operational studio it is important to have a variety of studio microphones that can be used for various purposes. <br />In this presentation we look at some of the common studio microphones and how each of them work. Before then, it is important to note that majority of today’s studio microphones are USB microphones. <br />USB microphones contain all the elements that traditional microphones like a diaphragm and capsule in addition to two circuits which are analog to digital converter and an on-board preamp. The converter changes the output of the microphone from voltage to data so that it can be directly connected to a computer and easily read by a software used for recording. <br />The preamp makes it possible for the microphone to get connected to mixers or any other external preamp.<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  3. 3. Different types of Studio Microphones<br /><ul><li>The first type of studio microphone is the condenser microphone.
  4. 4. The second type of studio microphone is dynamic microphone.
  5. 5. The third major type of studio microphone is the ribbon microphone. </li></ul>http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  6. 6. The first type of studio microphone is the condenser microphone.<br />The first type of studio microphone is the condenser microphone. <br />This is the simplest type of all studio microphones. They work by converting signals caused by acoustic energy to electrical energy resulting in a stronger signal. <br />Condenser microphones use energy from the studio’s mixing station or from a battery supply to operate. <br />There are various different microphones that can be categorized under condenser as they work basing on condenser microphone basic principle.<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  7. 7. Condenser Microphone<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  8. 8. The second type of studio microphone is dynamic microphone. <br />The second type of studio microphone is dynamic microphone. These are the kind of microphones that generate signals by a conductor which is in magnetic field being in motion. <br />The majority of microphones that fall under the dynamic microphone category have a light, very thin diaphragm that gets in motion responding to the pressure of the sound it is exposed to. The motion creates voice coils which are suspended to magnetic fields, making the fields to move which in turn creates electric currents in small quantities. Generally, good quality dynamic microphones can handle very high levels of sound pressure. <br />Majority of dynamic studio microphone can operate without external power supply. Even then, because of their mechanical functionality,  they usually react lesser to transients hence at times may not produce very high frequencies like other microphones. <br />In many occasions dynamic microphones are used in studios to record drums, electric guitars and the like.<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  9. 9. Dynamic Microphone<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  10. 10. The third major type of studio microphone is the ribbon microphone. <br />The third major type of studio microphone is the ribbon microphone. <br />This is a velocity microphone, which means that such usually respond to the velocity of the air that is produced by the sound rather than the level of the pressure caused by the sound which many other microphones respond to. <br />The older versions of this type of microphones could be easily damaged by simply moving them in the studio but the recent versions of ribbon studio can withstand quite some studio use. <br />Ribbon microphones operate by suspending loosely small elements in a magnetic field that is quite strong. The “ribbon” is put to motion by the moving air thus cutting through the magnetic fields which in turn creates audio signals. Typically, microphones that fall under the ribbon category have pick up patterns making a figure 8.<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />
  11. 11. Ribbon Microphone<br />http://www.studiomicrophone.org/<br />

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