- where the choir stands
- the type of mics used
- the number of mics used
- where the mics are placed
All of these things have an affect on the sound quality.
Fortunately there are some super simple tips that can help you get better sound.
Audix (maker of some great quality microphones) published a great 6-part video series that covers some important steps to getting a solid choir sound.
These free videos cover the best type of microphone to use, how to properly place microphones, and even choir arrangement tips.
These videos are organized for easy reference in the post below...
You can find out more about the Audix MicroBoom system at the Audix website and you can purchase them from a number of online retailers, including Amazon.
Get more tips about miking your choir in this detailed guide on the Great Church Sound blog.
Just remember. when miking a choir the big takeaways are: