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Audio-Technica Expands Online Video Series Exploring Mic Techniques

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Audio-Technica Banjo MicAudio-Techcnica expands their online video series by exploring Mic techniques in real-world applications. Their new videos cover mic techniques for various instruments including banjo, brass instruments, dobro, mandolin, organ, piano, saxophone, small ensembles, stereo techniques, strings and woodwinds. Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 50 years, has posted the latest videos in its series exploring different aspects of mic technique, mic placement and more. Utilizing some of Audio-Technica’s most acclaimed and popular products – including 40 Series, Artist Elite®, 20 Series and others – these videos illustrate various tips and tricks for capturing audio in real-world applications.

Specifically, the new installment of 10 videos focuses on microphone recording basics for various instruments including banjo, brass instruments, dobro, mandolin, organ, piano, saxophone, small ensembles, stereo techniques, strings and woodwinds. Earlier videos have focused on recording basics (10 videos, including vocals, guitar and percussion). Most of the bluegrass instruments are covered in this series of videos.

The videos can be viewed separately or as part of playlists on Audio-Technica’s YouTube channel:

30 basic recording techniques videos, including the new instrument videos

Gary Boss, Audio-Technica Marketing Director, stated, “About a year ago we released a series of videos with microphone recording basics and drum miking techniques. The videos were so well-received that we decided to round out the series with 10 additional videos featuring other popular instruments and recording methods. We feel that with the final installment in this series, A-T has created a comprehensive guide to microphone basics for virtually any application. You don’t need to be a beginner to learn tips from the ‘basics’ videos – there’s something there for all skill levels.”

For more information, please visit www.audio-technica.com.

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