Recording conversations indoors, generally using a
dynamic microphone, because the frequency band of the conversation is narrow,
using a dynamic microphone can avoid unnecessary noise. For music recording,
you should choose a condenser microphone with good performance to meet the
needs of wide frequency band, large dynamic and high fidelity.
Live performances outdoors, because of the high ambient
noise, super-directional microphones can be used to increase selectivity.
When using a microphone, be careful to keep a distance of
about 0.3 meters from the sound source to prevent distortion, except for the
microphone. For recording in motion, use a wireless microphone. If you need
hand-free, you can choose a headset microphone or a lavalier microphone.
When using a wireless microphone, be careful to prevent
interference and “no signal zone.” This can be solved by changing the radio
frequency, adjusting the transmit and receive antennas, and adding an antenna