TINY MICROPHONES HELP SINGER MAKE RECORD (Jul, 1933)

TINY MICROPHONES HELP SINGER MAKE RECORD
Miniature microphones, placed on a singer’s chest and forehead, as shown above, supplement standard equipment in making electrical transcriptions at a Los Angeles, Calif., studio. By this method, the originator says, it is possible to make a record that sounds even better than the voice of the performer in person, since the small microphones pick up tones undis-torted by faulty nose or mouth technique.

3 comments
  1. kevin says: September 6, 200712:51 pm

    i love to sang im 14 in i sang for my church i love to sang so much till i will ask people do they now a recording studio or person in i get no but that dont stop me in if i do get picked to sang which i hope i will love if you give me transpertation i dont have a car i dream to sang on radio disney but waht ever i get its good as long if its sanging call 954-826-4344 at what ever time in ask for kevin

  2. kevin says: September 6, 200712:52 pm

    thats 954-826-4344

  3. headcaver says: October 4, 200710:24 am

    Dont call us, we’ll call you kevin…

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