PianoMic Stereo Recording System
- Das originale PianMic System, TEC Award Winner 2008
- Unsichtbar ausserhalb des Pianos
- Benötigt weder Mikrofon-Ständer noch -Arme
- Exzellente Soundqualität mit offenen oder
- Keine Einsprechungen fremder Signale
- Unglaublich hohes Gain vor Feedback
- Piano- und andere Instrument-Aufnahmen in gleichem
- Max. Input Lebel bei 148dB
- Schnelles und einfaches Setup
- Studio- und Touring-Version erhältlich
- Passt dank Teleskop-Stangen zu allen Pianos
The PianoMic™ System was designed to revolutionize piano miking and achieve an incredible improvement in piano sound for live and recording applications with no mic stands or booms. There is more gain before feedback, significantly less leakage from surrounding instruments and the same pristine sound quality with the piano lid either up or down. At the heart of the system are two Random Incidence, omnidirectional, 40 kHz High Definition Microphones™. With a frequency response of 9 Hz to 40 kHz, the mics deliver extraordinary impulse response and extremely short diaphragm settling times. In addition, the microphones exhibit no proximity effect, regardless of their distance from the piano strings or soundboard. The mics, when positioned close to the sound source, also provide incredible gain before feedback.
40 kHz Random Incidence Microphones
The innovative PianoMic™ System required the design of unique high definition microphones. Virtually all microphones used for recording and sound reinforcement are “free field” microphones, designed to pick up sounds in front of them. In contrast, the microphones in the PianoMic™ System are actually placed within the sound field of the piano, where sound is coming at the microphones from multiple sources and multiple directions. Each string is a separate sound source and the soundboard is also a sound source.
In addition, there are multiple reflections of each sound source from the soundboard, piano sides and piano lid. These reflections, arriving from different angles, create what is known as a “diffuse sound field.” A “random-incidence” microphone is designed to be placed within such a diffuse sound field and pick up sounds uniformly, whether they arrive at the front, the sides or the rear of the microphone. The PianoMic™ System achieves much of its remarkable performance through the use of specially designed, 40kHz random-incidence High Definition Microphones™.