Singing with a pointed wired microphone
, pay attention to take the microphone posture, because the microphone and mouth distance, sensitivity and sound quality will be quite obvious changes, especially because the sensitivity of the microphone and mouth distance square inversely, so the voice channel is insufficient performers, can not take the microphone too far from the mouth, but also the volume of the megaphone, which can easily lead to echo; This can easily lead to the transition saturation distortion of the amplifier.
Further, because the large-calibre pointing microphone has obvious proximity effect, when the microphone is close to the mouth, the bass will increase significantly as the distance shrinks, so if your voice is low and weak, you can put the microphone closer to your mouth, compensate your bass effect with the proximity effect, make your voice more powerful and powerful; To reduce the microphone's close-up effect, reduce the bass lift, make your voice more cool and airy.
The distance between the microphone and the mouth also has a significant impact on popping Noise, which is particularly sensitive and bass-responsive. In order to reduce the absence of this noise, in addition to paying attention to adjust the optimal distance used by the microphone, in the choice of microphones should pay more attention to have a good characteristics of storm noise prevention machine, the more advanced the microphone to prevent storm noise elimination design more careful.
As mentioned above, the same characteristics of the microphone in different use postures, will greatly affect the use of sound effects, so the use of wireless microphone singers, not only have superior characteristics of the microphone is good, the more important principle is to have their own characteristics familiar with the microphone, and constantly experience and practice the most correct use of posture, and know how to make good use of the microphone and mouth distance, the best to adjust the volume and tone of their own throat, and avoid the most troubled storm noise, to show the best use of the microphone.