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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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If you want literally separate hands, as opposed to a simple split point, then you'd either need to record each hand separately, or use 2 keyboards simultaneously, one to each track/channel. Alternatively, split it out manually after the recording. If you have additional pedal data, then either you'd need to split that too, or output both tracks on the same ...


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These specs don't tell you in much detail how the mic will sound. A full frequency response plot gets a bit closer, but it remains difficult to compare audio devices using just their specs. One thing that jumps out from the specs is the massive difference in sensitivity. This makes me think the specs either can't be compared directly (because they have been ...


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You cannot choose based on those numbers alone. Though 50Hz - 15kHz might seem a little limited, if all you are recording is spoken word, then it's sufficient. The values alone don't give any indication as to how flat the pickup is across the audio spectrum. The dB sensitivity figures have no proper units so cannot be compared at all. You have no way of ...


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