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Questions tagged [microphone-stand]

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Shock Mount - Why use elastic?

Why do shock mounts use elasticated cord (which can perish) to the exclusion of other materials? Why not use coil springs? Especially since the cord, being strung point to point around the mount, ...
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How can I mount a Shotgun Mic to a Desk?

I am getting a NTG4+ for both Podcasting and Video Recording. We will be recording mostly Podcasts in the beginning so a Boomstand doesn't really makes sense. I would like to get the simplest ...
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Stand and Pop Filter for Samson Go Mic [closed]

Which Mic stand and Pop Filter is best for Samson Go Mic?
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Lightweight stand for portable recorder

I have seen people use a stand that looks a lot like the Nano Black Stand by Manfrotto. I need a stand to use with my Sony D100 in the wild. So, it will have to stand firm on bumpy environments. Do ...
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Best Mic for baritone vocals?

I am just starting out as a voice over actor, & I would like to know what would be a good mic for a baritone voice. I need something under 300$ . Ideally it should bring out my baritone voice well....
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Gorillapod tripod for microphones

Hi all Any of you having any experience with the Gorillapod tripods, used as a mount for a Rycote or similar microphone handle? I have an upcoming session where an usual mic stand wont be able to ...
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Can you recommend suction-cup microphone holder ?

Can you recommend suction-cup microphone holder ? Recording cars etc...
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Tim Prebble's mic stands.

Anybody know what these are called? I really dig the reverse-folding legs, and the fact that they look like they weigh half a pound at most. In fact, they look kinda like re-purposed cheapie music ...
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Rock-solid telescoping mic boom arms?

I'm tired of using El Cheapo mic boom arms whose knobs don't keep the telescoping arms from rotating, whos knobs are hard to tighten and loosen, and generally possess poor quality control. For heavy ...