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Live Sound Microphones

The most common icrophones for live sound reinforcement are dynamic (which means they have a magnet and a voice coil that is connected to a diaphragm that moves in response to sound). They tend to be rugged, will handle high sound pressure levels and general lower in cost than condenser microphones.

Condenser microphones are most often used in recording studios as they are more sensitive and generally have a smoother frequencey responce compared to dynamic mics. However, they are generally not as rugged and cost is higher.

For live situations however, condensers are preferred for some applications, such as miking choirs, many orchestral instruments, drum overheads and special applications such as hanging mikes and shotguns.

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