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10 dB rule

When using multiple mics in close proximity to one another, differences in a sound wave's time of arrival can cause phasing problems. If the sound of one instrument is going into multiple microphones, then make sure that there is (at least) a 10 dB signal difference between them to avoid phasing issues. (See also 3:1 rule).

10 dB rule
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