Showcasing the gear that makes the videos happen!
Blue Yeti Blackout Edition: http://amzn.to/1NtPcFQ
Video Gear I use: http://amzn.com/lm/R3B571T7PT4PWM?tag=m0494a-20
Hey, only found you 2018, good review! As a beginner I don't have good mic. I am creating a basic Adobe Premiere tutorial how to tweak audio sound with equalizer. Can I use some parts of this video just to show people how good quality sound should be like? Thanks
the shogun mic you are using sounds so much better. "you can obviously not tell the difference between the mic i been using". Yes i can its a big difference. The shogun has much more full low mid and less nasal sounding then yeti. Anyway to get mic built in dac and a preamp with headphone jack plus different polar patterns its a great price. But if one own a audio interface this isnt recommended.
Hey man, I have some questions. So first off, I’m gonna just come out and say it. I do gaming videos for Xbox. Now I have a blue yeti mic, a cover, and I should be getting a floor stand. So how do I attach this and my soundboard to a mix amp for Xbox videos, but still get really good audio quality? I’m thinking I record the game audio with my elgato and have a headset to talk into the game chat, but have my yeti hooked up to my computer with audacity and my sound board hooked up to the mix amp in my Xbox. But I can’t record my party audio without using the commentary button on my elgato. So I don’t know how that setup would work if I wanted to do party videos. I know this sounds like a lot. But could you help me and let me know if this would work. Thanks a lot man!!! Keep up the great work!
This with the Blue Lolas ($250 headphones) was going for $143. Around $120 with the Amazon Harmony discount. It didn't work for me, but Amazon fixed it and gave me another 15% and I paid about $107. You pretty much get the headphones for free lol
I have a question for you. I purchased the blue yeti microphone and there is a defect in the mount who you contact I've been trying to find the distributor because the store does not take it as a return after a certain amount of days and when I first bought it. It was on a stand and when I tried putting it on a mount. I found out that the threads are all wrong. Hit me back tell me what you think
Listening in a sound studio here, and yes I can tell the difference. However it's not as different as I would have expected, but a bit more nasal, picks up the room in a different way, and I must say, I prefer the sennheisser. But for the price, it seems okay.
It can definitely work for that sort of thing, especially if you're a hobbyist. It's pretty much a plug-and-play microphone, meaning it requires little to no setup, although you might want a shock mount/arm to go along with it.
In short, yeah.
Hi, I'm looking for a microphone that I can use with latest MacBook pro touch bar. I'm interested in starting my own podcast and need a mic that's inexpensive but has good quality. I'll be recording my own podcast as well as interviewing others and I want to make sure the sound quality is good. Any recommendations? Your help will be very appreciated. Thanks