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Wind & Weather
Microphones are used in all environments. Especially for outdoor locations but also in studio surroundings, wind and humidity characteristics of microphones and their relevant accessories are of interest. The paper presents acoustic and noise measurements plus audio examples of different types of microphones under climatically adverse circumstances, with diverse protective accessories like foam windshields, wind baskets, etc. Application guidelines for recording engineers are deduced.
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