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What Audio Hardware Do You Have?

Discussion in 'Video Editing, Recording, Software & Hardware' started by Frostt316, Dec 28, 2016.

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  1. Frostt316
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    Hello everyone im Frostt. I am looking to see what sort of audio hardware the community has to get an Idea as to what I can get to better my videos.
    Specifically I mean like Microphone and Sound Proofing. I'd like to know what Mic you guys use and what type of sound proofing you have as I am trying to reduce echo myself.
     
  2. Cadaea
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    Right now, I have both a Blue Yeti and AT2020. I prefer the Yeti for videos and the AT2020 for streaming. I have no h/w soundproofing but I do use noise removal on Audacity to process the audio!
     
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    I use an Avantone CV-12 microphone. I have it hooked up to a Golden Age Pre-73 MKIII, and that goes into a steinberg UR12 interface.
     
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    I have a Behringer Ultravoice plugged in to a Tascam DR-05.
     
  5. Cvolton
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    I just have my Blue Yeti and no soundproofing at all, since the room I'm recording in has almost no echo (my mess is finally useful for something)
     
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    I use the Samson Meteor personally it's quite cheap and does the job perfectly for my gaming videos. :)
     
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    I use a Blue Yeti with no soundproofing, recorded with Audacity with some Background Noise removal.

    To be honest, Im not too happy with my audio. Will be keeping an eye on this thread ;)
     
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    It depends a lot on your budget and needs, should the mic be hidden, or is it for outside shooting, etc.

    Anyways, I use the Rode Podcaster which is a really great microphone for podcasts/voice overs/screencasting and I also just use it on my videos (tomorrow you'll be able to see it in my first video).
    The thing with this mic is that it is dynamic, so the sound from near the mic (which is me) will be the only sound the mic receives.
     
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    I don't have any soundproofing when I record. However, I use my blue snowball microphone and audacity to get rid of background noise. If your just starting out, or you're looking for a really good, but cheap microphone, I highly recommend the blue snowball! :D
     
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    I use my Blue Snowball with Audacity! No soundproofing other than the pictures and things I have on my wall. I can still hear some crackle and pops from it but I think a simple pop filter can fix it. I'm hoping to upgrade to a Yeti though in the future.
     
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