a device that changes the type, or connector end, of an existing connector.
the noise that is normally associated with a particular location.
a pole that is held over the set with a microphone attached to the end of the pole.
a mic with a pick up pattern that captures sound from primarily one direction.
a high pitched squeal that occurs when a microphone picks up the sound coming from a speaker that is carrying that microphones signal.
the level of audio that comes from a microphone.
the piece of equipment that picks up sounds in the air and sends them down a wire to the mixer or recorder.
a mic with a pick-up pattern that captures sound from nearly every direction equally well.
a barrier made of shaped wire covered with a piece of nylon that is places between a sensitive mis nd talent to avoid damage to the diaphragm of the mic.
the sound present in a room or at a location before human occupation.
a directional mic with an extremely narrow pickup pattern.
a mic that uses a short cable to connect the mic to a radio transmitter with an antenna, or the transmitter may be built into the mic itself.
a connector that usually has 3pins but can have 4 pins, 5 pins, and other pin configurations.