WNAMM07: It’s A Mic Thing

Portable multi-purpose adjustable acoustic treament panel makes its debut      19/01/07

WNAMM07: It’s A Mic Thing


The Mic Thing from SM Pro Audio is a portable multi-purpose acoustic treatment panel suitable for minimizing room artifacts and improving separation during microphone recording sessions. They say that it’s great for a range of applications including helping to control room ambience, minimizing spill from instrument amplifiers, or even creating temporary control rooms. Here’s what they have to say about it…
“Good microphone separation and isolation means a cleaner recording and more controlled end result. Although the question of how much microphone separation is really necessary in any given situation, audio engineers around the world unanimously agree that if given the chance, they would rather be in control of these factors than not.
The Mic Thing can be mounted on just about any microphone, drum, or speaker stand up to 1� (25mm) in diameter. It has two winged panels that can be adjusted to create anything from a flat planar absorber to a tight semi circle enclosing the microphone. This way, the amount of separation and absorption can be easily be manipulated to suit requirements - by tightening the wing panel attitude, greater isolation and a dryer sound can be achieved. “ Pricing and Availability:
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