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Contact microphones

Contact microphones are a type of microphone ideal for use with stringed instruments such as violin, guitar and ukulele. They are often very discreet and can be easily mounted on the instrument without disturbing its aesthetic appearance. Contact microphones provide a clear and precise sound that is ideal for live recordings and recordings.

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Proel BMG2

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What is a contact microphone and how does it work?

A contact microphone is a type of microphone that has a contact plate that can be placed directly on the surface of an object. Contact microphones use the body sound of the object they are attached to to amplify the sound. They are often very discreet and can be easily mounted on the instrument without disturbing its aesthetic appearance. Contact microphones provide a clear and precise sound that is ideal for live recordings and recordings.

What are the advantages of a contact microphone?

A contact microphone provides a clear and precise sound that is ideal for live recordings and recordings. Contact microphones are also very discreet and can be easily mounted on the instrument without being seen.

What are the disadvantages of a contact microphone?

A contact microphone can be more sensitive to noise and distortion than other types of microphones. Contact microphones also require an amplifier to function optimally.

Contact microphones at Cyber ​​Farm

How can a contact microphone be used to improve the sound of a violin, guitar or ukulele?

There are several things to consider when choosing a contact microphone. First of all, you need to consider which instrument you want to use it for. Contact microphones are often best suited for stringed instruments such as Violin, guitar or ukulele. You also need to consider the type of sound you want. Contact microphones provide a clear and accurate sound, but can be more sensitive to noise and distortion.

How do you put a contact microphone on an instrument?

There are several ways you can attach a contact microphone to an instrument. You can e.g. put it on the bridge, on the body or on the stand. Which method to use depends on the instrument you are using and the sound you want.

Contact microphones are a good choice for many different types of instruments. The clear and precise sound is ideal for live recordings and recordings.

What is the best guitar microphone?

There are many different types of guitar microphones on the market, and it can be difficult to choose the right one. It depends on what type of guitar you have and what sound you want.

A contact microphone is a good choice for a guitar with a solid body, such as an acoustic guitar. This type of microphone provides a clear and precise sound.

At Cyberfarm, we carry various contact microphones that are suitable for guitar, ukulele and violin.

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