The first in a series of episodes concerning recording and audio quality. For this episode I focus on the beginning of the signal chain, the microphone. Tips on choosing a microphone, and how to use it to get the sound you want.
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Comment #1 posted on 2021-05-10T18:09:31Z by Trey
Great episode. Thanks for the advice.
Looking forward to the next episodes in this series.
Comment #2 posted on 2021-08-08T21:00:54Z by bjb
Question about mic positioning
Thanks for a great episode - needless to say the audio is great : -) also the topic is interesting and useful. I'm just coming back to the podcasts and listening to some older shows.
Re: avoiding sibilant and popping sounds - and "angling the mic" - do we move the mic 20 degrees off to the side - or vertically? Do we move the mic position in 3d space or do we just keep it in the same position but angle it's direction 20 degrees vertically/horizontally?
Thanks for the episode. Much appreciated.
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