Sound recording on stage is so important that improper recording methods can ruin a performance that has been prepared for a long time. The efforts of staff to better record sound are far greater than what the audience sees. Different types of microphones should be selected for stage performances according to specific situations to ensure the best performance and sound quality. From microphones worn by actors to shotgun microphones installed in specific locations on the stage, Saramonic can provide corresponding solutions to support the sound pickup needs generated during stage performances.
Handheld microphones are usually held by singers or speakers, so they are typically lightweight, easy to handle, and capable of working in high-volume environments.
Shotgun microphones have strong directionality and can focus on a sound source in a particular direction while suppressing noise from other directions. Therefore, they can provide a clearer and brighter sound in noisy environments. In stage performances, shotgun microphones are often placed at the front edge or edge of the stage to capture the sound of actors or instruments while suppressing noise from the surrounding environment.
Wireless microphones are commonly used in performance situations where a lot of movement is required, such as stage plays, concerts, and talk shows. Wireless microphones can help performers avoid tripping over cables or being restricted in their movements.
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