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Nondirectional Pattern (noun)

Type: noun

Pronunciation: /non-dy-rek-tion-al-mik-row-phone/

Also spelled or known as: Omni, Omnidirectional, Omnidirectional Microphone

Related: Omnidirectional Pattern

What does Nondirectional Pattern mean?

1. A microphone pattern that picks up audio from all directions.

2. A speaker pattern that sends out signals evenly in all directions.

Nondirectional patterned microphones (sometimes also also known as “Omnidirectional”) pick up everything around. Omnidirectional microphones are great for ambiance, especially field recordings.

Nondirectional Pattern Synonyms: Omni, Omnidirectional Microphone, Nondirectional

Example sentence: “The microphone was picking up in a nondirectional pattern.”

Read: What are Omnidirectional or Nondirectional Microphones?

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