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Gravity MS 4321 B - Microphone Stand

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K&M 25910 Low Profile Mini Boom Microphone Stand

K&M 25910 Low Profile Mini Boom Microphone Stand

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Gravity MS T 01 B Table-Top Microphone Stand

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Gravity MS 231 HB - Microphone Stand With Round Base And One-Hand Clutch

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K&M 25900 Mini Boom Stand Black

K&M 25900 Mini Boom Stand Black

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Stagg SHOMOH Shock Mount

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Hercules MS533B Microphone Stand

Hercules MS533B Microphone Stand

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Rode Boompole Pro

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Hercules Quik-N-EZ H-Base Mini Mic Stand

Hercules Quik-N-EZ H-Base Mini Mic Stand

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Townsend Labs Inc LSH1 Shock Mount

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Rode DS2 Desktop Studio Arm

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Rode PSA1+ Professional Mic Boom Arm

Rode PSA1+ Professional Mic Boom Arm

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Shure Broadcast1 Podcast Boom Mic Stand

Shure Broadcast1 Podcast Boom Mic Stand

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Gravity BG MS 6 B transport bag for 6 microphone stands

Gravity BG MS 6 B transport bag for 6 microphone stands

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K&M Microphone Stand

K&M Microphone Stand

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K&M 255 Low Profile Microphone Boom Stand

K&M 255 Low Profile Microphone Boom Stand

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Hercules Smartphone Holder

Hercules Smartphone Holder

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Gravity MS 3122 HDB Short Heavy Duty Microphone Stand with Folding Tripod Base

Gravity MS 3122 HDB Short Heavy Duty Microphone Stand with Folding Tripod Base

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Gravity MS 4221 B Short Microphone Stand with Folding Tripod Base and 2-Point Adjustment Boom

Gravity MS 4221 B Short Microphone Stand with Folding Tripod Base and 2-Point Adjustment Boom

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Fender Telescoping Boom Amp Microphone Stand

Fender Telescoping Boom Amp Microphone Stand

£68.99
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Fender Round Base Microphone Stand

Fender Round Base Microphone Stand

£64.99 £76.99
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Gator Frameworks Microphone Stand Accessory Tray With Drink Holder Black

Gator Frameworks Microphone Stand Accessory Tray With Drink Holder Black

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On Stage MBS9500 Microphone Boom Arm Black

On Stage MBS9500 Microphone Boom Arm Black

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Ordo S-1MS4 Heavy Duty Microphone Boom Stand

Ordo S-1MS4 Heavy Duty Microphone Boom Stand

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Ordo S-1MSLP2 Low Profile Telescopic Microphone Boom Stand

Ordo S-1MSLP2 Low Profile Telescopic Microphone Boom Stand

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Ordo S-1MS3 Round Base Microphone Stand

Ordo S-1MS3 Round Base Microphone Stand

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Ordo S-1MS2 Microphone Boom Stand

Ordo S-1MS2 Microphone Boom Stand

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Ordo S-1MS1 Microphone Boom Stand

Ordo S-1MS1 Microphone Boom Stand

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Ordo S-1MS5 Extending Boom Microphone Stand

Ordo S-1MS5 Extending Boom Microphone Stand

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Ordo S-1MS6 Straight Microphone Stand

Ordo S-1MS6 Straight Microphone Stand

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Ordo S-1SB1BK Microphone Stereo Bar Black

Ordo S-1SB1BK Microphone Stereo Bar Black

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QTX Microphone Stand Table V Shape

QTX Microphone Stand Table V Shape

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QTX Desktop Microphone Tripod Stand

QTX Desktop Microphone Tripod Stand

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QTX Desk Stand with Boom Arm

QTX Desk Stand with Boom Arm

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About Microphone Stands and Booms

Microphone Stands and Booms are studio and stage essentials that go hand in hand with using various types of microphone. The use of microphone stands when mic'ing instruments, amps and performers allow you to find the optimum position for recording and live sound. Microphone booms separate stands and booms come in three main variations:

Straight Stands: This is your basic microphone stand that will hold your mic and allow you to position its height. These are popular with singers and vocalists as they can be easily moved around thanks to having less moving parts.

Boom Microphone Stands: This is like a straight stand that's been split in two, with the top half on an adjustable joint. This gives you the ability to accurately position your microphone without the stand's base being right next to your source, or the stand restricting your performers or the position of your instruments. Low-profile versions of these can be great guitar amp mic stands, when you need to mic up your cabinet for recording or stage use.

Boom Poles: These are frequently used in filming for television and movies and essentially are a long yet lightweight handheld pole that allows audio to be captured without the mic being in your camera shot.

Microphone Stands and Booms are an essential component of all facets of entertainment. From Live Music Performance, Film and TV, to Broadcasting and Streaming. They come in a variety of options and sizes, you're sure to find a product that will suit your specific needs.

 

Why Do I Need a Microphone Stand or Boom?

  • Recording consistency
  • Correctly position your microphones for recording and live performance
  • Variety of options available
  • Record dialogue on camera with your mic being out of shot
  • Lets you play an instrument and sing at the same time

Frequently Asked Questions about Microphone Stands and Booms

Question: What is a boom microphone stand?
A boom microphone allows for a microphone to be accurately positioned thanks to the adjustable "boom arm". This is great for spot mic'ing instruments, amps and drums, as well as singing guitarists who want the freedom to strum without the position of the stand restricting them.
Question: Do microphone stands work for all mics?
Microphones stands work for most mics, however there are some things that need to be considered. Microphone stands all have a universal thread that can be attached to the microphone clip that the manufacturer supplies. The threads come in two standard sizes, 3/8" and 5/8", and consideration should be taken into what microphone would be suitable for each stand or boom.
Question: Is a mic stand important?
Mic Stands are incredibly important for securing your microphone in place. When you're recording, you need to ensure a consistent level of sound quality, and any movement of the microphone will adversely affect the sound quality. Having the mic secured in an isolated position using a stand is essential.
Question: Is a mic boom worth it?
Mic Booms are definitely worth it. They are essential in the Film and TV industry as ways for audio to be recorded without the device showing up in the frame of the shot.
Question: What are microphone stands called?
The three main variations include straight stands, boom stands and boom poles.
Question: What do microphone booms do?
Boom microphones allow for dialogue to be captured on camera, without any microphones in the shot.
Question: Why do they call it a boom mic?
A boom mic is made to be suspended on a "boom" pole, which is named after the pivotable horizontal beam on a sail that commonly extends out from a sailboat.