- v. present participle of mike.
“I'm guessing that the miking is a single Blumlein pair somewhere fairly far back in the hall, giving preference to that nice warm Berlin sound, but a loss of detail that in a record-only world might be barely okay.”
“They knew damn well what he said as they showed the replay, yet still they was_bronco_dave on November 27th, 2009, 8: 59 pm was_bronco_dave wrote: The NFL apologized to Josh McDaniels for 'miking' his vulgar tirade?”
“Musically, though, the whole thing was slightly compromised by the leaden conducting of Constantinos Carydis the miking didn't help him; I've never heard such a brass-heavy account of the introduction.”
“But we've been asking the PGA Tour for a long time about miking players.”
“He says he's asked about miking college football refs, and the answer is never no.”
“But the breakthrough we haven't had is miking them during games.”
“But we keep pushing, pretending "we are doing something important by pointing a camera at this sorry wreck of an actor and miking him up for more ridiculous and ignorant quotes.”
“The lighting and sound by Jennifer Tipton and David Meschter continue to build on the atmosphere, with Meschter doing an especially good job at miking the actors without making them sound too miked, so the show has a more natural, old school feel.”
“While Sanders wouldn't favor miking players or caddies — no need, he says, to pick up "gossip" between shots — he endorses more electronic eavesdropping: "I'm probably going to step on some toes here, but if I was a producer I'd have those microphones jammed right in there (near players and caddies) every time.”
“He invited a number of guests onstage, including the incomparable mandolin player, Chris Thile, who unfortunately couldn't be heard over the band due to poor miking but was appreciated nonetheless.”
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