Miking (1)

The Music Telegraph | Text 2019/01/28 [10:35]

Miking (1)

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2019/01/28 [10:35]

 

▲ NOS, ORTF technique

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Miking

 

 

 

*Near Coincidence (NOS & ORTF are also called ‘Near Coincidence’)

 

Two Stereo Miking:

 

i) N.O.S. (developed by Netherland)

- Cardioids (uses 2 cards.)

- 12” (30 cm)

- 90° angle

 

▲ NOS (Nederlandse Omroep Stichting = Holland Radio) technique

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ii) O.R.T.F. (developed by France)

- Cardioids (uses 2 cards.)

- 6.7” (17 cm)

- 110° angle

 

▲ ORTF (Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Française) technique

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Miking Categories in stereo:

1) Coincident pair: X-Y (135°, use two cards.)

2) Near-coincident pair: NOS, ORTF (90°, 110°, use two cards.)

 

 

 

1. Coincident pair (called proximity of Mics) (such as X-Y); 135°

 Direct sound (more mono; because two mics are convergent)

Reverberant (more stereo; because two mics have distance)

 

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2. Near Coincident pair (NOS, ORTF)

 

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*Mono image will “always”:

a) be more defined

b) be stronger than stereo image

 

 

 

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