Posts Tagged ‘Skipper Tip’

Mic Tip: Side address mic – How to use Yeti, Yeti Pro correctly

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
Are you using your Yeti or Yeti Pro correctly? Find out how to make sure you’re getting quality recordings with your Yeti or Yeti Pro. Blue Mics founder, Skipper Wise, explains how these mics were designed to capture sound. The triple capsule arrangement inside of Yeti and Yeti Pro was designed to be as versatile [...]

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Skipper Tip: How to use Spark's Focus control

Friday, December 10th, 2010
With its innovative Focus control, the new Spark microphone offers two distinct voices. The Focus control allows the artist to create a sonic landscape that blends as one. In the normal position, the Spark delivers a sound with extended top and low end frequencies – a crisp, powerful sound. With the Focus control engaged the [...]

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Skipper Tip: Get larger-than-life sound with Kiwi

Monday, October 4th, 2010
The key to getting a larger-than-life vocal sound is getting close to the Kiwi mic. Get within an half an inch of the microphone capsule grill when performing.  Don’t be concerned about the proximity, as the hand built large diaphragm capsule can handle loud sound pressure levels (S.P.L.). This technique will yield a present and personal timbre [...]

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