[ale] OT: Where can I learn about microphones?
jhubbslist at att.net
Fri Feb 10 15:07:56 EST 2012
Boundary mics do well for teleconferencing when trying to pick up people
around a table.
On 2/10/12 3:00 PM, Pete Hardie wrote:
> Check podcasting fora - lots of microphone porn there.
> On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 14:51, Richard Bronosky<Richard at bronosky.com> wrote:
>> I need to learn about microphones so that I can build some
>> teleconferencing kits. We have about a dozen different USB mics and
>> they all suck. Every meeting is full of complaints that the remote
>> attendees can't hear. I want analog mics and a mixing board. Probably
>> a USB digitizer. (I _might_ consider a USB mixing board if it is very
>> _very_ excellent.)
>> I want to consider many options:
>> 1. single condensor mics
>> 2. multiple condensor mics
>> 3. stationary directional mics
>> 4. human operated directional mics
>> 5. robotic directional mic or mics - either voice tracking or IR baton
>> tracking (I may have to build that one)
>> 6. several lavalier mics
>> 7. any other voodoo
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