πŸŽ™οΈ- studio microphone emoji

or studio microphone emoji

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What does πŸŽ™Β mean?

Is this thing on? The studio microphone emoji relates to anything in the world of radio and audio recording, including sports and news broadcasts, podcasts, and music.

Related words:

  • 🎀 microphoneΒ emoji
  • 🎡 musical note emoji
  • πŸ“» radio emoji
  • mixtape
Examples of πŸŽ™οΈ- studio microphone emoji

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Examples of πŸŽ™οΈ- studio microphone emoji
Boom, drop the Mike, Mariah! πŸŽ™#TeamMariah, all day, everyday
@wiseoldsoul, December, 2016
New single 'It's Like That' just clocked over 40k views! Big up everyone supporting✌πŸ’₯πŸŽ™πŸ’₯ [...]
@mrfliptrix, May, 2018
🎡 Iγ€œshould have known better with a girl like youγ€œThat I would love everything that you do. And I doγ€œhey hey hey, and I do!πŸŽ™πŸŽΆ#JohnLennon
@ArturoRosales, May, 2018
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Where does πŸŽ™οΈ- studio microphone emoji come from?

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The studio microphone emoji first came out in 2014 underΒ Unicode 7.0, 4 years after similarΒ emoji, such as theΒ microphone and radio,Β debuted.

On most platforms, including Apple’s, theΒ studio microphone emoji shows a classic tabletop or mounted microphone associated with old-time radio, the Shure Unidyne 55.

Twitter and Google’s design evokes another icon of audio yore, Β the RCA 77 ribbon mic:

While not as widely used as the microphone emoji, the studio microphoneΒ emoji, when not busy marking broadcasting content, does get used for singing and vocal performances.

Who uses πŸŽ™οΈ- studio microphone emoji ?

The studio microphone emoji is frequently used for various types of broadcasting, especially for live radio and sports announcing.

The emoji can also represent the professions of broadcasting and journalism … they still exist?

It also works for live musical performances and interviews.

Speaking of music, shower-divas like to use the emoji for when they are rocking out to a song, an alternative to the microphone emoji.

Podcasters and their listeners like to use the studio microphone emoji when dropping a new episode or starting into a binge-listen, as well.

And, then there’s the mic drop. We out.

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