Question about Marshall MXL2003 Professional Microphone
Forgive my ignorance but I am just getting started in VO work and bought he MXL 2003. There is a switch that apparently is a ba cut off and a -10db setting.
Since it didn't come with a manual, what is this switch for and when would I use it?
- bass cuttoff does not allow bass frequencies to pass. This is useful to block unnecessary sounds from being recorded, since there is not much intelligible human voice content in the bass range. Cutting off the bass will minimize the sound of thuds, bumps, breath pops, etc.
- -10dB lowers the signal output of the mic by 10 decibels. This is useful when recording very loud instruments that would otherwise clip some gain stages
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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