Laser Assisted Microphone Makes Next Leap in Sound Technology

Laser Assisted Microphone Makes Next Leap in Sound Technology
technology

David Schwartz, a digital audio pioneer, will soon be unveiling a new design for a microphone that is aided by lasers to isolate "pure sound."

Nicko Margolies
  • 23 september 2009

David Schwartz, a digital audio pioneer, will soon be unveiling a new design for a microphone that is aided by lasers to isolate “pure sound.”  According to his research, traditional microphones have a physical diaphragm that colors the sound recording and a laser accurate microphone can detect particle movement that usually hinders the quality of the captured sound.

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