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The Quick Reference Guide to Multichannel Microphone Arrays Design - Part II : Using Supercardioid and Hypocardioid Microphones
This paper is the second part of a paper presented at the 110th AES Convention in Amsterdam. A selection of different Multichannel Microphone Arrays are again presented but this time using Supercardioid and Hypocardioid microphones. Five channel array configurations are described with respect to their particular characteristic: microphone directivity, specific segment coverage, segment offset values where necessary, microphone coordinates and orientations. Arrays have been chosen so as to assist the sound engineer in the search for the optimum microphone array for a given recording situation.
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