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Polar Patterns (Demystifying Microphones, Part 2)

In the first Demystifying Microphones blog entry, we focused on two of the most common types of transducer principles of microphones: dynamic and condenser. In this blog, we’ll be learning about the various “polar patterns,” of microphones. Polar what? First … Continue reading

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Professional Headphones 15 % Off Sale at Sonic Electronix

If you are looking for an upgrade in the field of home, DJ, or studio Professional Headphones now is the time to act. For a special limited time only Sonic Electronix will be offering a 15% discount on all of … Continue reading

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Proper Microphone Technique for Drums

Properly micing your drum set can make or break the success of your performances or recordings sound.     Improper mic placement can result in an amateur sound at best.   So here are a few tips to help you get the most … Continue reading

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Ortofon Cartriges: Styli with Style

Sonic Beauty at an Arm’s Length On the end of your turntable’s tone arm there are typically three parts that make up the assembly that converts the grooves on your vinyl record into audio.   This process is called transduction and … Continue reading

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Demystifying Microphones

An Introduction to Transduction Microphones are how we convert sound into audio, or more specifically electrical impulses that represent sound waves using an analogues wave form where the various peaks and troughs of a sound wave are represented in both … Continue reading

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