#2
Duct tape it to a lamp or some other mic standish object. Pretend you are McGyver. You'll find something.
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#8
there are 2 things you need to fix things in life. duck tape and WD-40. if it moves and it shouldn't, use duck tape. if you need it to move and it doesn't use WD-40.

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#9
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If you have a sheet music stand fold it down and duct tape the mic to that

We do have music stands, but they're not the black rectangular ones. We've got the ones you can fold up. The mic might be able to be taped to it though, it's a light mic.
#11
haha this happened to us first time we recorded we ended up getting a cardboard box (like 1 1/2 ft x 1 1/2 ft) and duct taping it to the side of the box and then angling it so the mic was just inside the sound hole on the front of the kick drum. Our mic was a cheap, shitty vocal mic but some how we managed to get an ok sound haha


#12
I made an improv mic stand with empty Dr pepper cans and duct tape, was epic.
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