Audio Solutions Question of the Week: Do you have any tips for festival miking? (Part 3, Guitar and Bass Amps)

Helpful Tips for Festival Miking | Festival Miking for Guitar and Bass Amps

Question: Do you have any tips for festival miking? (Part 3, Guitar and Bass Amps) Answer: Setting up mics for a guitar or bass amp at a festival requires can be fast-paced. But, you also need to acquire a rich… Continue Reading

Audio-Solutions Question of the Week: What Stereo Microphone Techniques Can Be Used With Audio-Technica Microphones? (Part 4: Blumlein Pair)

stereo microphone techniques

Question: What stereo microphone techniques can be used with Audio-Technica microphones? (Part 4: Blumlein Pair) Answer: Over the last few weeks we have looked at some of the popular stereo microphone techniques you can use with your Audio-Technica microphones. We will finish… Continue Reading

Audio-Solutions Question of the Week: What Stereo Microphone Techniques Can Be Used With Audio-Technica Microphones? (Part 3: Mid-Side)

Mid side recording Stereo Microphone Techniques

Question: What stereo microphone techniques can be used with Audio-Technica microphones? (Part 3: Mid-Side) Answer: Mid-side recording is a stereo recording technique using two microphones, a middle channel (mid) and a side channel. The mid microphone usually has a cardioid… Continue Reading

Audio-Solutions Question of the Week: What Stereo Microphone Techniques Can Be Used With Audio-Technica Microphones? (Part 2: X/Y Stereo)

XY Pair

Question: What stereo microphone techniques can be used with Audio-Technica microphones? (Part 2: X/Y stereo) Answer: Also known as a coincident pair, the “X/Y” stereo recording technique is recommended to produce a full stereo sound in your recording. This method… Continue Reading

Audio-Solutions Question of the Week: What Stereo Microphone Techniques Can Be Used With Audio-Technica Microphones? (Part 1: Spaced Pair)

Stereo Microphone Techniquess

Question: What stereo microphone techniques can be used with Audio-Technica microphones? (Part 1: Spaced Pair) Answer: Stereo microphone techniques were developed when audio recordings transitioned from mono to stereo, and were used to create special sound imaging that more faithfully… Continue Reading