Microphones and DI

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What type of Microphone Positioning are there?
Closed/Distant and Single/Pair
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Name all three important polar patterns
Cardioid, Omni, Figure of Eight
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What Pickup pattern/polar pattern is the most common ?
Cardioid
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What are the challenges faced with using microphones?
Tuning, Buzzes/Hums, Capturing Frequency Range, Appropriate Microphone, Strong Levels, Avoiding Distortion, Balance and Blend, Ambiance, Capturing Dynamic Range
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What is a DI box
It is a box that you can connect an input lead from say a bass guitar into the Di box and then connect an output lead to a microphone box on the wall so that what ever the bass is playing it can feed straight through the DI box into the computer
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What lead do you need to use for the output?
An XLR lead connected to the microphone box on the wall
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What lead do you need for the input?
A Jack lead from the bass guitar
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Name all three types of microphones
Dynamic, Condencor and PZM
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Cardioid, Omni, Figure of Eight

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Name all three important polar patterns

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Cardioid

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Tuning, Buzzes/Hums, Capturing Frequency Range, Appropriate Microphone, Strong Levels, Avoiding Distortion, Balance and Blend, Ambiance, Capturing Dynamic Range

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Card 5

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It is a box that you can connect an input lead from say a bass guitar into the Di box and then connect an output lead to a microphone box on the wall so that what ever the bass is playing it can feed straight through the DI box into the computer

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