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What would you use a condenser microphone for?

BOYA BY-V01 Mini Stereo X/Y Condenser Microphone Mic for Canon Nikon Sony Pentax DSLR Camera,The BOYA BY-V01 is a stereo X/Y condenser microphone, this microphone provides greater control of your audio than the internal mics on DSLR camera, video cameras, or digital recorders. A switch for 90° or 120° pickup patterns allows you to adjust the directivity of the microphone. Compact and lightweight, the BY-V01 attaches to your camera's shoe mount and plugs directly into your camera or portable recorder's microphone input for crisp, clear stereo audio capture. The included windscreen cuts down not only on environmental noise, but on the operational noises of the lens and camera, such as autofocus movement.
  Professional recording engineers know that creative microphone selection is an essential ingredient in every great recording. If you’re new to recording, however, the subject of microphones is probably shrouded in mystery.
 
  Condenser microphones require power from a battery or external source. The resulting audio signal is stronger signal than that from a dynamic. Condensers also tend to be more sensitive and responsive than dynamics, making them well-suited to capturing subtle nuances in a sound. They are not ideal for high-volume work, as their sensitivity makes them prone to distort.
 
  With a bit of studio experience under your belt, you learn that certain mics work well for recording particular instruments, but without an understanding of acoustic theory, you likely won’t understand why.
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  Do you reach for a dynamic or a condenser mic? Tube or solid-state? With so many mics to choose from, it can seem overwhelming, so a basic understanding of microphone types and their uses will serve you well.
 
  You'll find that condenser mics often come with large diaphragms, allowing them to capture more details and work well with different instruments. These are safe picks for most home studio recording applications. For high SPL (Sound Pressure Level) applications like miking drum kits, wind instruments, or guitar amplifiers, ones with smaller diaphragms should be considered. Generally, you want small diaphragm cardioid mics for high SPL applications because they can withstand loud volumes, but you have to consider that some details are lost. Large diaphragm mics reproduce more of the details, but they can sound muddy or even be damaged when used on loud sources
 
  A bad mic choice usually comes back to haunt you –Now, I have a few suggestions for you
 
  While dynamic microphones are popular for stage use, due to their rugged construction, condenser microphones have always been the preferred type for studio recording. Here’s why.
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  BOYA BY-V01 Mini Stereo X/Y Condenser Microphone Mic for Canon Nikon Sony Pentax DSLR Camera
 
  The BOYA BY-V01 is a stereo X/Y condenser microphone, this microphone provides greater control of your audio than the internal mics on DSLR camera, video cameras, or digital recorders. A switch for 90° or 120° pickup patterns allows you to adjust the directivity of the microphone. Compact and lightweight, the BY-V01 attaches to your camera's shoe mount and plugs directly into your camera or portable recorder's microphone input for crisp, clear stereo audio capture. The included windscreen cuts down not only on environmental noise, but on the operational noises of the lens and camera, such as autofocus movement.

      Features
 
  Compact stereo microphone Selectable pickup patterns 90° or 120°
 
  Powered by included LR44 battery Lightweight and easy to use
 
  Comes with foam windshield, fur windscreen, pouch
 
  Integrated shock mount and shoe mount with threaded 1/4" socket
 
  Used on DSLRs, camcorders and video cameras.
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