The Good Microphone in Computer Recording

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Microphones are being used by millions of people every day. There are those microphones that are visible in the naked eye, while others are not. Just like in our smartphones and cellular phones, they have microphones inside that collects our voices and sound waves within its perimeters. Once collected, it’s being converted as an electronic voice and make our conversation to others easier. In recordings, there are specific types of microphones that are being used to improve the quality voice and music. Today, most are digitalized so it would be easier to edit. Now, if you are still confused about the different types of Microphone for computer recording: the different types -, then we will help you as continue to read.

Dynamic Microphones

The dynamic microphone is one of the most common used today. We could see it in almost everywhere that music, poetry reading, live performances or spoken word exist. The dynamic microphone is multi-function model where it can be used for vocals,     recording instruments such as guitar, drums or make it plug into the speaker to spread the sound vibrations. This a low-costing microphones, most of the starters invest with dynamic microphones as this does not need a power supply unlike other heavy featured ones. The best thing that it could do is being more reliable and sturdier for those who are performing live, on the reason that it will not be destroyed when you accidentally drops in on the floor.

However, the only down side is that it makes a lot of noise when having a set-up. Sometimes, its distortion and noises overcomes the main vocals or sound itself which ruins a performance. But if you would be using this with heavy instruments such as drums, this might be the best option.


This are good and commonly used in studios as it filters a lot of distortions and noises that could ruin the recording. It captures the subtle nuances on pianos and acoustic guitars. Condensers are very sensitive when it comes to breathing and popping as it captures almost all of the vibrations within its perimeters. It sensitivity makes it not reliable for those heavy noises, unlike the dynamic ones. You will most likely see it with a ‘pop-shield’ filter placed in front of it. Its purpose is to stop the pressure vibrating in the microphone which makes the quality of recording much better. 


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Mickey Hayward
Sunset Properties, Hayward Realty - Onley, VA
Farm - Land - Home Sales & Commercial Real Estate

Very interesting information Lisa.  From reading your article, I know how little I really knew about microphones... basically nothing.  I thought I knew a little bit about microphones but now know that I don't.  I think that, in this time we live in now, I am more concerned about the microphones which are not seen by the naked eye than those which are.  I'll bet you could do a whole post on those too.  Thanks for these basics in microphones, which is where I needed to start.

Sep 11, 2018 07:18 AM #1
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Welcome to Active Rain, looking forward to reading many more of your posts, let me know if there is anything that I can do to help as you get started here.
All the best of success to you.

Oct 18, 2018 07:24 PM #2
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