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June 20, 2016 AT 5:11 pm

Using Multiple CM-1000USB & CM-1000 Microphones for Multi-Channel Recordings

This is a clever hack trick, as always from Ed at The Smell of Molten Solder in the Morning.

soundtouch-cm-1000usb-microphone-channel-layout

Figuring the speed of sound at 344 m/s, that 100 µs delay means the mic capsules sit 34 mm apart, which looks to be about right, as the flat part of the housing under the label spans 22 mm.

That’s a tad skimpy for things like beamforming and direction finding, so I actually bought a set with a separate CM-1000 mic that plugs into the USB mic:

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