Every microphone should be shock-mounted.
- PRACTICALLY AND AFFORDABLY!
you should use Tensimount:
are specifically designed to pick up the most subtle
vibration, and how are they held? Tightly clipped into
stands. Every movement of the stand, every footfall on
every ugly vibration caused by monitor speakers, amps
- garbage - amplified - distorted - spewed out and
2. Modular mounting
3. Mechanical feedback distortion
4. The floating mic system
5. Shock noises
- You won't believe it!
microphone that can be mounted on a microphone stand
even some that can't) can be used with the unique
Tensimounttm microphone shock-mount. The Tensimount
system is the only truly universal shock-mount
not only brings high quality isolation to the
it also brings a new level of convenience to
microphones can be directly mounted into the
microphone is easily woven into the center of the
mutual tension of the special elastic mounting bands
the microphone in the center of the Tensimount
mounted, the Tensimount becomes an integral part of
in the Tensimount, your microphone fits into a
clip. Note the security bands that slip over the
hold the Tensimount securely in place. Most tapered
hold the Tensimount perfectly - chances are you
several clips to fit the Tensimount. The clip shown
photo is perfect, and is available at a reasonable
our shopping site and distributors. You can buy
with or without a clip.
studio-type microphones are securely mounted with
"BigMike™" adapter. Big Mike
onto the microphone like a standard mic. stand. That
that any microphone that can be mounted on a stand
mounted in a Tensimount. Notice the large knob on
of Big Mike. This is to adjust the angle of the
- one more way that the Tensimount system makes
management more convenient.
like regular feedback but much worse. Microphones
vibrations straight from the floor through the
filters and equalizers won't touch this form of
feedback. The only solution is to knock it out at
Tensimount microphone isolators were invented for
purpose. They make it possible to float an
system in a resilient web of rubber.
floating mic system
you think about it, it's amazing that microphones
so poorly mounted.
are specifically designed to pick up the most
of vibration, and how are they held? Tightly
rigid metal stand. Every movement of the stand,
on the floor, every ugly vibration caused by
amps and drums - garbage - amplified - distorted -
out and recorded.
whole system is the obvious answer, and Tensimount
it possible. At last, you can have the peace of
a totally floating mic system. Ease of use,
and modular convenience at an extreeeemely
and hear the difference a Tensimount can make:
it hard to believe that this is the same mic at
level. In the After clip, the microphone
the sound of the mallet hitting the stand. In the Before
clip you hear a whole lot more!