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  • Omni Mic for recording guitar?

    I am just wonder by chance if anyone has ever used the OmniMic as a stand-alone mic with another program for recording guitar?

    Bill, if you see this can you let me know if you think the mic could be used for such recordings?

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    An omnidirectional pattern is not ideal for instrument recording. You'll capture all the echo/reverb of the recording room as well. Use a condenser or dynamic mic with cardioid pattern.
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      Que genial, me encanta este tema, son unos genios

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        Omni-directional microphones capture sound in a 360-degree pattern. Unlike cardioid, supercardioid or figure 8 microphones, it's equally sensitive to sound from all directions. Sometimes called “pressure microphones,” omni mics measure sound pressure at a fixed point in space.

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          • #6
            No, I haven't used it, but I was thinking about it, I wonder if someone tried it.

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