7727 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jul 21, 2010 8:44 AM by qb
In addition to mic placement, you may want to consider something to control the mics exposure to the overall ambient noise in the room. It doesn't need to be elaborate, just Something like this: http://www.seelectronics.com/rf.html
If you are more of the DIY type, then you can easily construct one out of egg crate foam.
While we are at it, Remember to use a Pop Filter and Shock mount to cut out Voice Plosives and Mic stand rumbling. Those are easily constructed for cheap, with easy to find materials....
The pop filter and shock mount are good suggestions, both of which I'm using already.
I'm familiar with the Reflexion filter. I use a similar gizmo made from a 14" collapsable storage cube with pieces of Auralex foam lining the interior. A tad crude perhaps, but it does help.
My question is aimed specifically about the Mac Mini, and whether or not an SSD will make for more silent operation. I guess the real quietness will depend on how hard the Mini has to work when doing multi-track audio (since that would determine whether or not the fan kicks in).
Correct, that will all depend on the fan which, I would imagine, will kick in. I personally haven't used one of the new mini's so I can't say how quiet the fan runs. I'm curious how the SSD affects the overall temperature of the Mini. The SSD has no moving parts which would also mean less heat. Does it significantly drop?