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Michael WestRe: Attaching a Sony ECM-55b under clothing
by on Mar 27, 2012 at 3:21:18 pm

Ty:
Thanks for your time and patience.
I'm here at work with a piece of gaffers tape in my hand.
One side is the lovely "gaffer gray", the other side is is "icky sticky".
Do I just fold it corner-to-corner, gray side in, forming a flap-type thing, then attach it to surface (skin/cloth) point down (inverted triangle) and put the mic on the outside sticky part?
Or is there a wizard/origami fold, the secret of which you would share?

Re: the foam thing.
Should I make a rectangle, the thickness of which is slightly larger than the circumfrence of the mic, drill a hole through the length of it, insert the mic, then tape/secure/solder the foam/mic contraption to the talent?

Thanks again.
Michael


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