When using a directional wireless microphone to sing, pay attention to the posture of holding the microphone. Because the distance between the microphone and the mouth, the sensitivity and sound quality will change significantly, especially because the sensitivity of the microphone is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the mouth, so the sound Performers with insufficient throat strength should not hold the microphone too far away from the mouth and turn on the loudspeaker volume, which will easily cause feedback sound; for loud throat singers, do not need to hold the microphone too close to the mouth, which will easily lead to Produce the excessive saturation distortion of the amplifier.
Furthermore, because large-aperture directional microphones have obvious proximity effect (Proximityeffect) characteristics, when the microphone is close to the mouth, the bass will increase greatly as the distance decreases. Therefore, if your voice is not low enough, you can turn the microphone Move closer to your mouth and use the proximity effect to compensate for your bass effect, making your voice thicker and more magnetic; on the contrary, if your voice is too deep, you can move the microphone away from your mouth to reduce the proximity effect of the microphone and lower the bass The improvement makes your voice clearer and brighter.
The distance between the microphone and the mouth has a great influence on the storm noise (PoppingNoise), especially the microphone with high sensitivity and strong bass response, the storm noise will be more serious. In order to reduce the lack of this kind of noise, in addition to adjusting the optimal distance of the microphone, when buying a microphone, pay more attention to the model with good characteristics of preventing storm noise. The more advanced the microphone, the better the design to prevent storm noise. Be particular.
As mentioned above, the different use of microphones with the same characteristics will greatly affect the sound effects used. Therefore, singers who use wireless microphones should not only have a microphone with superior characteristics. The more important principle is to own one. Features a familiar microphone, constantly experience and practice the most correct posture, and know how to make good use of the distance between the microphone and the mouth, adjust the volume and tone that best suits your voice, and avoid the most troublesome storm noise. Demonstrate the best use of the microphone.