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Reducing Off-Axis Comb-Filter Effects in Highly Directional Microphones

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Research into the acoustical properties of highly directional (shotgun) microphones used in motion picture, theater, and television studio applications is described. Particular attention is given to the off-axis frequency response performance. This research has resulted in the design of a new high-quality shotgun microphone with significantly reduced off-axis comb-filter effects.

JAES Volume 35 Issue 6 pp. 463-470; June 1987
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