The TELEFUNKEN M788 Podcast Mic Boom Arm ( SMGC-5R cable) delivers quiet operation and extensive adjustability for professional broadcast, webcast, and studio applications. The mounting stem is compatible with standard mic clips and shock mounts. Internally-located springs and tension cables contribute to a silent, strong, sleek design. Reinforced hinges provide broad articulation while the base shaft and mounting stem each swivel, enabling a huge variety of positions. The compact base of this versatile boom arm can be temporarily clamped or permanently mounted to desktops, resulting in a small, space-saving footprint. 5 meter XLR cable included.
TELEFUNKEN provides these multitrack audio files for the sole purpose of allowing individuals an opportunity to utilize them for home studio use and for educational purposes only.
No commercial use is permitted. Any commercial use or reuse is strictly forbidden.
By downloading any track hereunder the user agrees to properly attribute all copyrights and to display the following on any non-commercial reuse of the video and multitrack audio files as follows:
“All audio files have been engineered and recorded by TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik and are presented for educational and demonstrational purposes only.”
The LIVE FROM THE LAB live music video series is recorded and filmed at TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik’s facility in South Windsor, CT. Each session is tracked live exclusively with TELEFUNKEN microphones and features unique performances from a variety of local, regional, national, and international artists and ensembles.
The multitrack audio files from these sessions are available for free download via clickable links below the individual performance videos. All audio files are presented in .WAV format and were recorded at 24bit / 48KHz sample rate. They are clearly labeled in the same format with the source listed first (LEAD VOX, ACOUSTIC, PIANO), followed by the microphone used (C12, AR-51, etc) and can be downloaded and imported into your Digital Audio Workstation of choice.
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