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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereophonic_sound#Recording_methods describes standard stereo mic placements including issues with post-conversion to mono signal (e.g. playing on the radio): A-B technique: time-of-arrival stereophony X-Y technique: intensity stereophony M/S technique: mid/side stereophony Near-coincident technique: mixed stereophony Pseudo-...


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Stack Exchange generally doesn't like multiple questions, however, as these are all pretty tightly related... Q1. Would XLR to Bluetooth transmitter work for this ? A1. For a given definition of 'work' yes. You may not get the best sound & you may suffer latency [delay between mic & phone] & signal drop-outs. Q2. Or, do I need phantom power in ...


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You need an audio interface. Check out “Roland”or “IK Multimedia” or “Rode” or “Apogee” for suitable interfaces. The mic is dynamic so doesn’t require phantom power.


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Changing the input volume can never do anything to reduce extraneous noise being picked up by the mic. If you turn it up or down, the noise will change by exactly the same amount as the signal. You need to either separate it first - by damping the source; at worst heavy curtains, at best double-thickness walls… or change the relative distances - get the mic ...


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Just rang Rode directly as I needed an answer myself. SmartLav+ = you use the Rode SC3 adaptor. The VXLR+ adaptor that someone linked here is for the traditional lav microphones that have a TRS connection already. Hope that helps.


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At this page you can find the microphones polar pattern and frequency response (the ones you provided), so you could have possibly found out before buying that the polar pattern is not a "perfect" cardioid. Now, regarding to whether this polar pattern should be called or not a cardioid is somewhat debatable. Personally, I would call that hyper-...


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The situation you are describing is where I would use a noise gate. When there is talk going on, the gate opens. When there is no talk going on, the noise gate closes and there will be silence. This is only possible when there is a difference in volume between the sound you want to keep and ambient noise. If the ambient noise is stronger than the voice a ...


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