|Create Date||October 1, 2014|
|Last Updated||July 29, 2015|
Before buying a microphone, it is essential to make sure that it will do the job you want it to do. This means that you have to clearly understand which application(s) the microphone was designed for.
There is no such thing as an all-purpose microphone that is ideal for every application. Differences in pickup pattern, maximum SPL constraints and noise ﬂoor should all be taken into account during the selection process. All microphones are made for a certain purpose or sometimes a compromise between several related purposes.
This white paper explores the different types of microphones available on the market and examines both the advantages and disadvantages of all things that one must consider when purchasing new microphones.
|The essentials of choosing the right mic for the job|