Audio Solutions Question of the Week: I Don’t Want To Drill a Big Hole In My Lectern for a Microphone Mount. What Are My Options?

Lectern Microphone Mounts

Question: I don’t want to drill a big hole in my lectern for a microphone mount. What are my options? Answer: The traditional method for mounting a gooseneck microphone on a pulpit, lectern or conference table is to use a… Continue Reading

Basic Audio Techniques for Video: Selecting the Right Lavalier Mic

Choosing Lavalier Mic

In this installment of our blog series on Basic Audio Techniques for Video we’ll explain how to select the proper lavalier microphone for filming. If you missed the previous installment explaining how to use the tie bar, you can read… Continue Reading

Audio Solutions Question of the Week: How Should I Mike the Congregation in a House of Worship?

How to mike the congregation

Question: How should I mike the congregation in a house of worship? Answer: In the past few weeks, we addressed how you may mike your pastor, your baptistery, the podium or lectern, and a table or altar. The congregation is… Continue Reading

Basic Audio Techniques for Video: Selecting the Right Handheld Microphone

Handheld Microphones

In this installment of our blog series on Basic Audio Techniques for Video we’ll explain how to select the proper handheld mic for filming. If you missed the previous installment explaining how to choose shotgun microphones you can read it… Continue Reading

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