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Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Tarmack, Mar 6, 2013.
Thanks a bunch, this is very helpful especially for beginners like me who are just starting out!
Thanks for taking your time to write this. I found it very helpful. I'm glad I found it because I was about to ask what was a good microphone all over the place. I think I will buy the Blue Snowball, I just found it on Amazon for under 45$. Thanks.
Just bought an Apex 415B with a Focusrite Scarlett Solo and I love it. Sound is great for the conditions I'm in and cheap to fit the budget.
Your info is very good and helped a ton.
Hey I have a Blue Yeti and I am wondering if you know any programs other then audacity that can help and I purchased a pop filter for it is there any more attachments I can use to make it better or atlease more convenient
I have a Blue Yeti as well. Exactly what kind of convenience are you looking for? Like, what exactly are you trying to make easier or change?
I am not sure why you can't recommend the snowball. I have it and I personally like it a lot.
I really think the Rode NT USB deserves to be in the same category as the Yeti and AT2020 @Tarmack
This guide is awesome! Thanks for typing it up! I will definitely keep all of this in mind next time I buy a microphone!
This is a great guide with a lot of great information. I'm just been using the microphones that are on my devices such as my Samsung NX1000 Camera and my Google Pixel 2 XL. They're not the greatest and I have had feedback that I need to work on audio quality a bit. My only thing is that I have never recorded video and audio separately (meaning on different devices) and then put them together. I feel like I would mess it up extremely quickly.
But I know it's something I will need to learn if I want to become a quality content creator.