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Old 12-08-2017, 10:10 AM
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Default whats a good stereo mic for vocals and guitar and video

looking for suggestions for a small stereo mic. not a pair im looking at the audio technica 8022 it meets the criteria of my needs and can run on a battery in s6ituations where needed. i do most of my recording on a ipad pro and apogee duet. but lugging around multiple larger mics is a pain. thanks to all
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Old 12-08-2017, 10:16 AM
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I love my 8022.
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Old 12-08-2017, 10:20 AM
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looking for suggestions for a small stereo mic. not a pair im looking at the audio technica 8022 it meets the criteria of my needs and can run on a battery in s6ituations where needed. i do most of my recording on a ipad pro and apogee duet. but lugging around multiple larger mics is a pain. thanks to all
Rode NT4 maybe? It can work with battery or phantom power, is compact and reviews look positive.
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Old 12-08-2017, 10:40 AM
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ive had nt5s before. i remember em being a litte shrill.

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Personally am not a big fan of a stereo mic for vocals. While it is certainly doable, it may not be optimum. That said:
If you are going to use one remember that unless you are a singer that moves a significant amount of air, or you play guitar very quietly, you should probably position the mic a bit closer to you mouth than to the sound hole on the guitar.
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Old 12-08-2017, 03:56 PM
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The DR44WL has a pair of matched X/Y condenser mic's .

It comes with a mic hold attachment so you can attach it to a mic stand in front of where you play or as these people use a tripod to hold theirs with the camera shoe adapter .

This video shows it's potentials :



It's WIFI controllable too from a smartphone . 4 channel recording , phantom power for a additional mic(s) 2X XLR/TRS , Line /headphone out / memory card .

Awesome little piece of equipment I love mine .

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