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Thread: How does diaphragm size/polar pattern relate to mic applications?

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    I think IMG code is off for this forum. I would just put links Harvey, this bbs open links up in a different window anyway, so I don think it will be a big problem.
    yep.

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    Testing...check....

    www.talkbass.com

    Well, at least the links are working...

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    Cool

    This is gonna be frickin amazing....Thanks Harvey.....

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    Don't sweat the images, Harvey. Dragon or R.E. should be able to fix it. It the interim, I'm perfectly capable of copy and paste and watching this thread like a hawk.

    [oh shit, now I'm a "genius" *LOL*. Never knew it was so easy]

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    Originally posted by pglewis
    Don't sweat the images, Harvey. Dragon or R.E. should be able to fix it. It the interim, I'm perfectly capable of copy and paste and watching this thread like a hawk.

    [oh shit, now I'm a "genius" *LOL*. Never knew it was so easy]
    LOL I suppose we could simply open two browsers at the same time and use the top half of the screen for the browser showing the image, and use the bottom browser to scroll the text from here.

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    Harvey,

    I just printed the recaudiopro FAQ, and it weighs in at 49 pages, even after I opend it as a Word document and made the font smaller. JELLYCOVERED HORNBLOWIN MOTHERLOVIN CHRISTMASTREEOFDOOM!!!! Now THAT'S a FAQ!

    Uh, see you guys later, I'm gonna be a little busy for a while (heads for the WC, large stack of paper in hand)....I might be a little thinner the next time you see me.

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    Here's something to get everybody up to speed

    Go to: http://www.neumann.com/infopool/down...i=docu0002.PDF and download this pdf file. Don't worry if you don't understand the math. Just get out of it what you can.

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    Hey Harvey, You Da Man!

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    Thumbs up WOW!!!

    That's some good stuff there Harvey, but do you know if there is a way to convert it so that it can be opened up in word? I like to be able to highlight and underline stuff as I'm reading.

    Thanx again and we all REALLY appriciate what you're doing here!!



    -tkr

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    Re: Here's something to get everybody up to speed

    Originally posted by Harvey Gerst
    Go to: http://www.neumann.com/infopool/down...i=docu0002.PDF and download this pdf file. Don't worry if you don't understand the math. Just get out of it what you can.
    Done. It's sitting beside the computer, 3-hole punched in a binder. And I hope you weren't kidding with the "don't worry about the math" part, because I can't say as I do understand the math at all. But the part about the shapes and ranges of the different polar patterns is clear enough.

    Fire when ready.

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