As an Internet marketer it’s important that your viewers can hear your message clearly during an audio seminar or screen capture video. I receive lots of emails about which Mic setup I use so I decided to make a video about choosing the right microphone. There are many different types of gear to choose from these days. I’ll go over the most common setups that most people use, and you’ll also be able to listen to the “sound” of each Mic in the video.
Recommened Headset Brands
Recommend Condenser and Dynamic Microphones
- Electro Voice RE-20 ($499) HIGHLY Recommend Dynamic Mic. One of the best!
- Sterling Audio ST55 ($199)
- My Mic: Sterling Audio ST55 ($399)
Low Profile Mic Stands
RCA to 3.5 mm Stereo Jack Cable
- Hosa Stereo Y-cable Plugs into “Tape Out” on Mixer.
- Universal Audio LA-610 My unit.
List of Retailers
If you just need something to get rid of the echo, then I would recommend affordable like the Auralex Sonomatt. It’s not as pretty. But stops the echo. Usually placed behind the computer or towards the top of the perimeter walls of the room. This is usually where the sound bounces back of forth and then comes back to the mic. If you want something that looks nicer, then I would go with the Auralex 2″ Studiofoam Pyramids:
Note: Like with any upgrades to your office, If you are unsure about something, the web has tons of valuable information on sound treatment.
There are so many good setups to have these days, these are just a few that are guaranteed to make you sound great. Hope you found this information helpful. If you have any questions, please make a comment.
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