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The new IsoTool range aims at isolating vocals with Voxguard, reducing mic stand vibrations with TriPad, or incorporating an iPhone or iPod Touch into your stage set-up with TelePad.

The new IsoTool range in full:

VOXGUARD
An ambient noise attenuator, designed to mount on a microphone stand and surround a recording microphone, to help control the sound from entering the microphone by minimising the reflections in the room.

CRASHGUARD
This is designed to shield a drum mic and attenuate the sound of cymbals during recording. Small enough so that it will not get in the way and durable enough to sustain repeated abuse from drummers.

TRIPAD
The TriPad is a tripod mic stand isolator designed to prevent vibrations from the stage and floor from entering the mic. By decoupling the mic stand from the floor, the TriPad can reduce the resonance created by drums, bass, foot-falls. Fits most tripod mic stands.

KICKSTAND
The KickStand is a microphone boom stand isolator designed to eliminate resonance vibrations from the stage, drum riser and studio floor from entering the mic. The KickStand is designed to help eliminate resonance by both decoupling the mic stand from the source, and introducing a stabilising mass to hold the microphone in place

TELEPAD
Designed for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch, TelePad allows the on-stage musician to position it on the microphone stand so that it can be used as a teleprompter for lyrics, song chords, playback, charts and set list. TelePad can be used for portrait and landscape viewing.

Availability
The new IsoTool range is available now from Shure Distribution. For more details head to www.primacoustic.com/prima2010/index-isotool.htm as well as www.shuredistribution.co.uk/dst_en/brands/primacoustic.
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