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Mic stand / autocal question

roddus, modified 2 Years ago.

Mic stand / autocal question

Youngling Posts: 15 Join Date: 2/13/16 Recent Posts

I have misplaced the microphone stand from my GLM kit.  Will running the auto cal process be negatively impacted by this? Can I just stand the mic up on its own supported by e.g some books? What is the best workaround in this scenario?  

I am just worried that the mic vibrates (esp during sub setup) causing suboptimal calibration.

Best regards