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The Videome Pair

The Stereo VideoMic Pro is a high-quality stereo on-camera microphone, designed to allow filmmakers to capture realistic ambient audio from a wide variety of sound sources. Featuring a matched pair of high-sensitivity -inch cardioid condenser capsules in a coincident XY pair, the Stereo VideoMic Pro delivers a wide stereo image with natural depth. Other professional features include an integrated Rycote Lyre shock mounting system that provides excellent isolation from external vibrations, a three-step gain control, 75Hz high-pass filter, and a high-density foam windshield for recording in adverse weather conditions.

The Videome Pair

The Rode Stereo VideoMic Pro features a matched pair of high sensitivity 1/2 inch cardioid condenser capsules in a coincident XY pair, for a wide stereo image with natural depth. The ergonomic form factor is perfectly suited to DSLR, consumer camcorders and large-sensor video cameras. The integrated shock mounting system provides superior isolation from vibration and mechanical noise. The lightweight yet robust multi-strand cable provides excellent acoustic decoupling from the camera and offers lower noise transference than a traditional audio cable.

I recently purchased the VideoMic NTG to pair with my GH5s and although it works great with plug-in power turned on in the mic socket settings, it seems to connect and disconnect intermittently with plug-in power off. The microphone is fully charged and powers on fine on its own.

The microphone has an acoustically matched pair of -inch true-condenser capsules, configured in a stacked X-Y configuration. A Rycote Lyre shock-mounting system isolates each capsule and reduces noise from vibrations and handling.

This pair of NT1-A microphones has been acoustically matched to be within 0.5dB sensitivity and is an ideal stereo microphone solution for recording choirs, drum overheads and sound design in the studio.

The NT1-A-MP (matched pair set) also features professional accessories for both microphones, including two shock mounts and two 20' microphone cables. Also included is a matched pair certificate, detailing the microphones' serial numbers and certifying them as being acoustically matched.

In the appropriately rosy-hued music video, which was directed by Emma Westenberg, Monáe debuts a pair of pink vagina pants, which actress Tessa Thompson peers out of at one point. And while the suggestive ruffled bottoms are perhaps the most eye-catching part of the clip, Monáe dons plenty of other memorable looks throughout, from a structured hot-pink dress that she layers over super-voluminous, fuzzy red sleeves, to printed crimson boxing shorts. Take a look at the official debut of the vagina pants below, and watch until the end to take in Monáe and the rest of her all-woman crew dancing in fun, pink-accented ensembles.

Tell Me Why is an episodic adventure game developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Xbox Game Studios. The game consists of three chapters released for Windows and Xbox One in late 2020. It follows a pair of twins, Tyler and Alyson, with the ability to communicate with each other through telepathy, who reunite after ten years in their hometown in rural Alaska and investigate the death of their mother. A recurring theme of the story is the fallacy of memory, as the narrative explores the twins' childhood trauma and how they may each remember pivotal moments differently.

Players control a pair of 21-year-old American twins, Tyler Ronan (voiced by August Aiden Black) and Alyson Ronan (voiced by Erica Lindbeck), as they revisit their childhood home following a traumatic event which resulted in the death of their mother Mary-Ann Ronan and a decade-long separation from each other.[1] Besides their old home, which is maintained by Mary-Ann's friend Sam, the twins will also revisit parts of their fictional hometown of Delos Crossing in the U.S. state of Alaska and interact with its local residents. The twins share a supernatural bond that allow them to telepathically communicate with each other, and experience visions of past events which often manifests in vivid detail.[1] The central gameplay mechanic of the game involves players guiding the twins as they experience recollections and visions of what had transpired in a series of scenarios spread across three episodes, and piece together the plot by watching them unfold, with each individual having different interpretations of what happened.[2] The player will make decisions for the pair based on which version of the past events they want their avatar character to believe, which will impact the outcome of the game's narrative.[3] Players can sometimes alternate between the perspectives of both siblings, whether in their interactions with the residents of Delos Crossing, or when going through the storybooks they played with as children.[4] A majority of the game's puzzles are derived from decoding the metaphors compiled in the storybooks, which delve into the fairy tale life Mary-Ann imagined for herself and her struggles to manage her own reality.[2]

The game opens with a flashback sequence showing Tyler's confession to the murder of his mother, Mary-Ann, in self-defense as a child in 2005. Ten years later, an adult Tyler leaves the juvenile detention center he was sentenced to and reunites with Alyson, who has been adopted by Eddy, the investigating officer of the incident. Intending to move on with their lives, the twins return to Delos Crossing to sell their childhood home, but finds the house in a state of disrepair despite the efforts of Mary-Ann's friend Sam, who had turned to alcoholism since her death. The twins recall memories of their childhood while exploring the house, particularly fairy tales about a runaway princess and her two goblin companions told by their mother, who compiled these stories into an illustrated journal called the "Book of Goblins". After learning about Tessa's discussions with Mary-Ann about Tyler's gender identity, the twins visit Tessa at her store, where they were told that Mary-Ann's behavior became increasingly erratic shortly before her death. The twins later speak to Eddy at the Delos police station, but he declines their request to see her file. Alyson later experiences a flashback where she stabbed Mary-Ann with a pair of scissors, and begins to suffer from post-traumatic stress.

The guts of the VideoMic X are an acoustically matched pair of externally-biased, true condenser capsules, giving it the highest level of performance of any stereo microphone from RØDE. These capsules in turn are independently housed in integrated Rycote Lyre multi-axis shock mounts, protecting the sensitive transducers from any bumps or vibration without needing to suspend the microphone body (the suspension is employed on their VideoMic and VideoMic Go).

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