MICROPHONES FOR VOCAL PERFORMANCES

Making your vocals sound fantastic

Voice is probably the most recognizable sound source of all. We can easily detect whether it sounds authentic or not. 

You need a very good microphone and playback chain to make a vocal performance sound similar to what we hear naturally. Not only is the recognizable quality a concern, but other special phenomena occur around the human voice that calls for special attention when selecting the right microphone for the job. 

Handheld mics for vocal

d:facto™

4018 Vocal Mic

The d:facto™ Vocal Mic brings true studio sound to the live stage. These mics are available in an extremely linear version as well as in a version with a high-end boost. You can use the d:facto™ 4018 with a handle or choose to use your favorite wireless system.

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Headsets and earsets for vocal

d:fine™

6066 Headset Subminiature Mic

A 3 mm (0.12 in) capsule mounted on our most unique and flexible headset. This solution combines the need for exceptional audio with a secure, comfortable all-day professional headset solution. This is an ideal solution for theatre, broadcast and conference / event use.

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d:fine™

4066 Omni Headset Mic

This mic offers clean and transparent sound quality with lots of headroom. For years, this has been the chosen headset mic for broadcasters as well as theaters on Broadway and London's West End.
 

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d:fine™

4166/4266 Omni Flex Headset Mics

These earset and headset mics combine the legendary sound of the 4066 with the lightweight and flexible d:fine™ Headset system. This condenser mic is easy and fast to adjust and it offers clean and transparent sound quality.
 

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d:fine™

4188/4288 Directional Flex Headset Mics

Combining the legendary sound of the 4088 Directional Capsule with the lightweight and flexible d:fine™ Headset system, these mics are ideal for both spoken word and vocal performance applications.
 

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d:fine™

4088 Directional Headset Mic

This is the industry standard in professional headset mics. It offers an open and natural sound making it ideal for both spoken word and vocal performance applications.
 

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Miniature mics for vocal

d:screet™

6060 Series Subminiature Lavalier

Just 3 mm (0.12 in) and available in a normal and a loud SPL version, the d:screet™ 6060 and 6061 Subminiature Lavalier mics pack the audio power of our larger, award-winning DPA mics. What they lack in size, they more than make up for in clarity, consistency and durability – three qualities that really matter. By shrinking CORE by DPA technology, we ensure you don't have to compromise on sound to focus on aesthetics.
 

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d:screet™

4060 Series Omni Miniature Mic

This entire series of miniature microphones is based on the original d:screet™ 4060; the very first miniature microphone developed by DPA from the best technology previously only used in hearing aids and measurement microphones.
 

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d:screet™

4160 Slim Omni Mic

These mics are perfect for your film assignment or for any other situation where you need a completely hidden microphone. With sound on par with DPA’s legacy d:screet™ Omnidirectional Miniature Microphones, you can be sure that the d:screet™ Slim will not disappoint.
 

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Floor stand mics for vocal

d:sign™

Floorstand Mics

A complete cardioid microphone floor stand solution in the modular d:sign™ Microphone Series offering a high-quality stage voice or instrument mic. These solutions look elegant onstage and the cardioid or supercardioid pickup pattern of the mic ensures that the entire room can focus on the talent.

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Handheld mic for the live stage

The d:facto™ Vocal Microphone is engineered especially for vocal performances onstage. It captures electrifying stage acts and accurately replicates a singer's voice transparently, consistently and thrillingly. The mic is optimized for use in sound reinforcement as well as recording applications. It offers natural sound and high separation from nearby sound sources.

Headsets and earsets for musicals

The d:fine™ Headset Microphone Series offers accurate, natural voice intelligibility and very high SPL capabilities. Users can both speak and sing into the mic with no hint of distortion. The microphone capsule is also optimized for low distortion as well as humidity resistance. Available in a wide range of variants, including capsule type, mounting systems, boom lengths and colors, the d:fine™ Headset Microphone Series offers a mic that can meet your specific needs.


Floor standing mics for classical singers

Classically-trained opera singers are used to using their voice to fill up the hall. These singers can sing at extremely high SPL, which can cause distortion.


Additionally, the right amount of "air" between the singer and the microphone is essential to give it a classical sound, so close miking, which is also done for other music genres cannot be used here. Recording these singers in concert is often done using elegant floor-standing microphones, which have the correct audio quality as well as visual impact for the performance. To meet these specific needs, you should choose a d:sign™ Floor Stand Microphone.

Available in either a cardioid or a supercardioid variant, d:sign™ Floor Stand Microphone are our best solution for the highest-quality sound capture in both recording and live performance situations. Both variants are widely customizable; available in a range of boom lengths to meet any need.

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Vocals, Handheld Mic on Stage

When choosing a microphone for a vocal performance, audio technicians have a tendency to simply do exactly what they have seen on stages for years.

Ask a child to draw a microphone and it will most likely be the legendary ice cream cone shape, well established by brands such as Shure. This is apparently what a vocal microphone should look like.

Why is this so? 
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Vocals, Head-Worn Vocal and Speech Mics on Stage

Auditoriums, churches, educational facilities, conference rooms, courtrooms and theaters are all places where one or more people speak to an audience.

If that speaker is untrained, and/or doesn’t know to speak up in a clear and articulate manner, this can be an issue. Moreover, the speaker may not use a handheld microphone. Or, he may employ a lavalier microphone, which can cause severe level changes when the speaker turns his head while talking. The best way to address this challenge is to use a head-worn microphone.
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