Hanging mics from the ceiling is a huge hassle. How do you get mics high enough
to cover all the singers in the choir?
Solution: Audix MicroBoom-50 or MicroBoom-84
For complete coverage of a choir, the mics are positioned 2 feet in front of the first
row of singers, extending 2 feet higher than the tallest person in the back row. With a
standard three row choir riser of 2 feet, the mic will typically need to be 10 feet in the
air. The MicroBoom-50 (50" carbon fiber boom) attached to a standard mic stand will
extend to over 10 feet. The MicroBoom-84 (84" carbon fiber boom) attached to a
standard mic stand will extend to over 11 feet and will cover up to four rows of choir.
Unlike hanging microphones, the clutch assembly and integrated gooseneck mount
grants precise fine-tuning of the mic positions.
The choir is positioned near loud band instruments(s) such as a drum set and/or lead
guitar amp, and they are bleeding into the choir mix.
Solution: Audix MicroBoom with a hypercardiod capsule
Dramatically improve isolation and increase gain by using a tighter pattern,
positioning the mics a little closer to the choir, and bringing the singers closer
together. The Audix Micros® Series can be ordered with cardioid, hypercardioid,
and supercardioid patterns.
Audix MicroBoom™ System
|Call a sales rep today to find out how these mics can change the way your choir is heard.|