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I found this page most helpful: https://www.mediashi.com/articles/how-to-record-professional-audio-on-an-iphone-or-ipad-with-an-external-microphone There are several suggestions on the page. I took the most complex one: Pair of condensor mics → XLR to XLR microphone cables → audio mixer with Phantom Power turned on → RCA to 3.5mm TRS adapter connected to ...


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From your link... "Clip the microphone onto the headphone cable as close to the mouth as possible" Sound follows the inverse square law - to massively over-simplify, twice as far away is a quarter as loud, 4x times further = 1/16th as loud. So let's assume your background noise remains constant… & we have a mic 2 cm from your mouth compared to one ...


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Not really worth discussing the positioning of the mics other than to say they are just dumped in the middle of the stage with no real consideration for the soloist or the recorded sound. The mics are schoeps colette series. It's not possible to tell what capsule is being used. Probably MK2s or MK21. They are used with active extension tube.


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