CANTSTANDYA Microphone Mounts

A Really Good Cabinet Mic Mount


The Cantstandya microphone mount is a new apparatus used to secure a microphone to a loudspeaker cabinet. This invention is used by Sound engineers, Production companies and musicians to mount microphones to other equipment, as an alternative to the standard microphone stand.
The Cantstandya mount is attached by utilising the gap between two opposing surfaces to form a wedge and secure a mount. This method sets it apart from any competitors that rely on a standard cabinet lip or box width to clamp on to. As we all know there are an innumerable array of speaker cabinets available and advantageously the Cantstandya isn’t limited to the lip size or speaker cabinet dimensions to achieve a secure mount.
The adjustable foot that connects with the speaker cabinet is lined with a layer of neoprene that has a robust sharkskin finish. It is important to note the purpose of the neoprene is to add griping properties and to absorb unwanted sonic rumble in the form of audio frequencies traveling from the stage or loudspeaker then on to be picked up by the microphone.
The Cantstandya mount may be attached to a loudspeaker cabinet utilizing the gap between the bottom surface of the loudspeaker cabinet and the opposing floor surface to wedge between. In an alternative, the apparatus when rotated through 180 degrees, utilizes a gap between the amplifier bottom surface and the top surface of the loudspeaker cabinet to mount the apparatus.
In a further alternative, the apparatus is rotated 180 degrees and fixed upside down to a handle strap of a loudspeaker cabinet utilizing the longitudinal edges of the strap handle to provide a clamp. In another alternative, the apparatus is secured to a loudspeaker cabinet by retracting the adjustable foot and placing it under the bottom lip of the loudspeaker cabinet allowing the weight of the cabinet to hold the apparatus in place.
The above methods may further include the steps of positioning the microphone via the positioning arm to the desired distance to the loudspeaker housed in the loudspeaker cabinet.

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