Audio Solutions Question of the Week: How Should I Mike a Pulpit or Lectern?

Miking a Pulpit

Question: How should I mike a pulpit or lectern? Answer: Audio-Technica offers a selection of gooseneck-style condenser microphones that are ideal for pulpit or lectern miking. Each offers exceptional feedback rejection and very natural sound quality. Their low-reflectance black finish… Continue Reading

Basic Audio Techniques for Video: Selecting the Right Shotgun Microphone

Selecting a Shotgun Mic

In this installment of our blog series on Basic Audio Techniques for Video we’ll explain how to select the right shotgun microphone for different situations on set. If you missed the previous installment exploring how to use a boompole, you… Continue Reading

Audio Solutions Question of the Week: Do You Have Any Tips For Miking The Pastor In A House Of Worship?

Miking the Pastor

Question: Do you have any tips for miking the pastor in a house of worship? Answer: In both traditional and contemporary worship environments, the spoken word of the pastor is notably the most important. The message that is given needs… Continue Reading

Meet Our Pro Audio Team at NAMM 2017

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January is always a busy month for the team here at Audio-Technica. Our bags are barely unpacked from CES and we’re already on-site at the next big event for the year – the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show.… Continue Reading

Audio Solutions Question of the Week: Can I Use A Microphone In Extreme Weather Conditions (Hot, Cold, Humid, Etc.)?

microphone in extreme temps

Question: Can I use a microphone in extreme weather conditions (hot, cold, humid, etc.)? Answer: While a microphone is not unduly sensitive to the environment, temperature extremes can be harmful. Avoid leaving the microphone in the open sun or in… Continue Reading

Frank Klepacki Blog Series: Electric Guitar Amp Mic Preferences

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In this installment of guest blogger Frank Klepacki’s series on music production he explores different miking options for guitar amps. If you missed Frank’s previous post, you can read it here. Miking the guitar amp properly requires knowing your tone,… Continue Reading