How come whenever I see a recording session in commercial/film whatever it always seems that the condensers for vocals are suspended upside down. I have come up with a few possibilities myself. 1. It helps accentuate certain frequencies. 2. It keeps the stand out of the way so the singer can move or read lyrics below the mic. 3. It is part of the studio 'voodoo' to get people to trust your work because it is visually pleasing and easily recognizable. Otherwise I think you'd get people who say "Well I see it suspended upside down in the movies and on TV, so why don't you do that?" I'm guessing it's a mix of all, but mostly 2 and 3. What do you think?