Optimizing Audio for the The Musical Videoconference Brian K. Shepard Chair, Department of Music Technology University of Oklahoma School of Music The Three Secrets of Audio Success Location Location Location of musician(s) inside the room
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Brian K. Shepard
Chair, Department of Music Technology
University of Oklahoma School of Music
of musician(s) inside the room
of proper microphones in relation to the musician(s)
of microphones in relation to the loudspeakers
The Omnidirectional Microphone hears in a 360º sphere
around the diaphragm.
The “Figure-8” or Bidirectional Microphone hears in
front of and behind the diaphragm.
The Cardioid Pattern Microphone hears predominantly
in front of the diaphragm
The Supercardioid Pattern Microphone hears mostly in front
of the diaphragm, a little less to the side, and a small
pickup area to the rear.
The Hypercardioid Pattern Microphone hears mostly in
front of the diaphragm, with very little side pickup and a
slightly larger pickup pattern to the rear.
The Boundary Microphone is placed on a flat surface.
Thus, it hears above and beside the diaphragm in a
behind, or off-axis
to the Microphones
placed close to the
Non-Reflective or Diffusive Surface behind the Performer
Only after completing all the Physical Echo Rejection Techniques