myNoise microphones have been mainly designed for recording natural noises in the wild, and to increase the quality of my ultra-portable Dictaphone-based recording setup, the one I carry most of the time with me. The main characteristics are:
• Small and Lightweight. 8cm - 30gr. I want to carry these microphones with me all the time. I can put them in my pocket while taking a walk (with my Dictaphone in another pocket) and forget I am carrying them.
• Ultra Quiet. myNoise microphones do not add noticeable background noise even when used in quiet environments. They are the best performers for their size. Their self-noise is not only low, but is characterized by a spectral density that makes them perceptually quieter than other microphones with the same signal-to-noise performance.
• Extended Frequency Response. myNoise generators are produced to cover the whole audible frequency range. Similarly, myNoise microphones are flat across the entire audible range.
• Optimised for Headphones There are different ways to record stereophonic sounds. The typical myNoise listener uses headphones. myNoise microphones have been optimized for headphone playback. By simply spacing them 20 cm apart − the average distance between the human ears − you will be able to achieve incredibly immersive soundscapes.
• No Side Vents = less wind noise outdoors.
• Ultra Low End Our microphones have a tendency to pick up any sound, including sub-sonic sound. People usually love the deep lower end, and their subwoofer too! It isn't much about boosting the low end, but the ability to go really low in the frequency response, and pick up infra-sonic frequencies. You may hate it, or love it.