TETA Microphone

Test with a song of Blackcap, for a new stereo microphone system called “TETA”, that allows reception of the stereophonic image to cover fully 360-degree soundscape, a degree that can be varied by rotating the microphone heads to obtain a classic front stereo A / B image.

Looking at the waveform, the difference between the two halves of the file appears clear, with the subject at first positioned decidedly to the left with respect to the microphonic apparatus, then at 3’40” moved a little further to the right than the center.

2 Comments on “TETA Microphone

  1. Hi. Great blog and wonderful recordings, thank you. Could you please give more information on the ‘TETA’ microphone array/set up? It is very intriguing! I’m relatively new to field recording. I use a pair of Clippy EM172 XLR omnis into a Tascam DR-100 MkIII and I’m very happy with my set up, but I’d love to try new ways of recording… and the ‘TETA’ looks simple enough for me to try. Mid-side, binaural, multi-track, etc, might be a little beyond my capabilities or understanding at present!
    I am absolutely sure than many in the field recording community would welcome a detailed blog entry on the ‘TETA’. I have Googled it but have found nothing except what you have published.

    Many thanks.

    Carl.

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