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 on: Today at 09:21:27 AM 
Started by laminer - Last post by remmekaser
When choosing ethics topics for essay https://wr1ter.com/ethics-essay-topics , it's crucial to consider societal relevance and current events. Opt for topics that engage with contemporary ethical dilemmas, as this not only makes the essay more compelling but also highlights the relevance of ethical discussions in the present context. Additionally, consider the diversity of perspectives surrounding the chosen topic, ensuring there are ethical dimensions with differing viewpoints, allowing for a more comprehensive exploration of ethical issues.

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 on: Today at 09:08:24 AM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by gtoledo3
The breath test is still blowing into the mic even if itís done like fogging up a glass.

Anyway, didnít mean to lead into the weeds. Do it if you want to!

I have tested this while designing a product, and itís just my position that the classic breath test will drive dust into a headbasket.  Feel free to get hypothetical, but the other option is that you can just test it and leave me alone. Or say thanks later after you realize Iím right. :-)

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 on: Today at 07:46:55 AM 
Started by Derek Samuel Reese - Last post by Derek Samuel Reese
Here is the other side of the capsule.
Itís hard to tell from these pictures if a lot of the gold has faded away from the Mylar or not, I asked him to send more pictures so we will see.
I would imagine if too much gold has faded away after years of cleaning etc it would affect the sound ?

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 on: Today at 07:27:17 AM 
Started by Derek Samuel Reese - Last post by Derek Samuel Reese
Klaus taught me that you can not judge a capsule simply by looking at it, you have to connect it to see how it actually sounds.
Iíve been looking for a brass u67 capsule for my 1963 microphone for a long time and I finally found one.
The guy whoís selling this capsule does not offer returns.
Can anyone take a look at it and give me there opinion just on looks ?

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 on: Today at 05:12:00 AM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by Kai
Doug, I think that purposely blowing into a mic is worse for it than close singing where that might happen more inadvertently or just slightly.
I do the breath test doing a soft stream of air, mouth wide open, similar to when wetting glasses for cleaning.

Blowing a hard stream of air into the mic wouldnĎt even do the job of purposely creating condensing humidity inside the basket.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:39:49 PM 
Started by laminer - Last post by laminer
What considerations should be taken into account when selecting ethics topics for an essay?

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 on: Yesterday at 06:29:07 PM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by Hulabi
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 on: Yesterday at 05:30:54 PM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by Nob Turner
Isn't it suggested that a breath test be done with a fully-open mouth, rather than pursing one's lips? Making a "huuuh" sound keeps the velocity down, while keeping the moisture content up. Also, rather than doing this directly towards the capsule, I have always done it at a 90į angle, across the front of the mic.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:45:31 PM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by gtoledo3
Doug, I think that purposely blowing into a mic is worse for it than close singing where that might happen more inadvertently or just slightly.

Maybe itís better to just say, if you want to do the breath test make sure the outside of your mic isnít dusty.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:41:15 PM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by klaus
Agreed, but I see no reason why any mic owner/engineer/artist/producer would ever not use a stocking screen between mouth and mic:

1. Dual-layer stocking screens/black pantyhose minimally to imperceptibly affect the tone of the mic yet preventing almost all spit/saliva mist getting on the diaphragm.

2. Stocking screens are the perfect distancing device, preventing excessive proximity build up by preventing the singer to lean in closer than the engineer prescribes (a common desire - vocalists prefer their voice the way it sound up lose to any mic).

3. The screen as distancing device guarantees punch-ins with predictable response. Changing the distance from say, 4 inches to 2 doubles the low frequency volume of many condenser mics.

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