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by Trevor Collins · Posted 04/03/2023
Built in partnership with Merging Technologies, the Neumann MT 48 Audio Interface is a new 12x12 USB-C audio interface aimed squarely at professional musicians, engineers, and producers, ensuring pristine sound quality throughout your entire signal chain. This sleek, new interface is purposely built to get the absolute most out of your Neumann gear, from microphones to monitors and headphones, thanks to its specially designed A/D converters
by Jordan Gallant · Posted 03/26/2023
Announcing the latest addition to RØDE's wireless microphone arsenal, the Wireless ME Microphone System. Cost-effective yet capable of producing high-quality audio, this new system is a great choice for the street interviewer, vlogger, or TikToker looking to improve their content-creation game. The Wireless ME System takes the performance specifications of the ever-popular
Gabriel Richards tests the ExpressiveE Osmose Synthesizer and MPE Controller, a 24-voice polyphonic synthesizer with an innovative way to control sound using gestures. This unit blends tradition and innovation, allowing you to unleash your creativity. Does this technology interest you? 0:00 - Main Specs 0:43 - In Use 3:03 - Physical Specs 5:18 - Interface (Menus and Presets) 13:49 - MPE Controller 15:44 - Is This for You
by Robert Rives · Posted 03/14/2023
Revered manufacturer Sennheiser is bringing its years of audio expertise to streamers and podcasters with the new Profile USB Microphone, a versatile and easy-to-use USB-C mic that’s ready for a wide variety of content creation, streaming, gaming, and educational applications when paired with your computer or mobile device.
When it came to upgrading the first iteration of the Solidcom C1 Wireless Intercom System, Hollyland knew it had to outfit the next version with something good, and boy did this brand do it. The new Solidcom C1 Pros feature dual-microphones with Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology for the
Join us for a discussion on microphone techniques with some of today’s most successful engineers. Our panel explores best practices for recording and mixing at home and in the studio. 0:00 - Introduction 5:41 - Favorite Microphones 13:56 - Different Mics for Different Voices 24:09 - Engineering and Knowing the Artist 29:51 - Top Budget Microphones 36:07 - Good Audio is Very Important 39:39 - Headphone Choices 47:42 - Audio Experiments 53:16 - What Garners Trust from a Brand 59:02 - Setting Your Car Speaker 1:01:23 - Final Thoughts Sponsored
by Trevor Collins · Posted 03/01/2023
As the available bandwidth in the wireless world becomes increasingly crowded, professionals need more and more flexible tools to meet their demands. Shure’s new GLX-D+ Dual-Band Digital Wireless System is well equipped for the task, expanding the original GLX-D system into the 5.8 GHz range.
Few RØDE products are as iconic or well known as the NT1 large-diaphragm condenser microphone, and now RØDE is proud to introduce its latest update to that popular line of large-diaphragm mics, the NT1 5th Generation. Available in black or silver varieties, this next-generation
by Eric Calvi · Posted 02/16/2023
Content creators, podcasters, streamers, and musicians will find capturing and streaming high-quality audio extraordinarily easy with the Zoom UAC-232, the company's first dedicated, 2x2 USB Audio Interface with 32-bit float recording. The UAC-232 uses dual AD converters and 32-bit float technology to capture clip-free, low-noise recordings no matter how loud or quiet a performance gets. While this can save takes that
Peter Rosenberg (@rosenbergradio) shares five podcasting tips that every beginner needs to know when they are about to create their own podcast. Rosenberg is an American radio DJ, TV show host, as well as a professional wrestling personality. He is signed to WWE and is a one-time WWE 24/7 Champion. 0:11 - Tip 1 0:25 - Tip 2 0:48 - Tip 3 1:05 - Tip 4 1:26 - Tip 5
Small yet mighty, discreet yet powerful, lav microphones (also known as lapel mics) are perfect in studio or on location. In this video, Gabriel Richards offers general tips and tricks as he explains when and when not to use lav mics and how to set them up! 0:00 - About Lavalier Microphones 0:38 - When and When Not to Use 1:47 - How to Set Up and Use 2:43 - Lav Mic Tips 3:50 - Final Thoughts Not sure if a lavalier or
What are the pros and cons of shotgun microphones? How far should they be placed from your subject? What mistakes should you avoid when recording? Gabriel Richards shares the best practices of using shotgun mics for streamers, YouTubers, and filmmakers. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - When to Use a Shotgun Mic 1:14 - Why You Should Use One 2:32 - Setup and Mistakes 3:34 - Recording 4:14 - More Tips and Tricks Not sure if a lavalier or shotgun microphone is right for you? Check out
by Shawn C. Steiner · Posted 02/03/2023
It's always quiet before the storm, and the storm heading our way soon is B&H's own Depth of Field conference centered around fashion, wedding, portrait, and event photography. Being both in person and online this year means that anyone can experience it. In other news, RØDE released the NTH-Mic, a detachable, high-quality microphone for the
by Trevor Collins · Posted 01/31/2023
Updating its successful, award-winning NTH-100 professional headphones, RØDE adds greater versatility and broadcast quality sound with the NTH-Mic detachable headset microphone and NTH-100M full headset/mic bundle.
Lavalier or shotgun microphone: which one should you use for your interview? There are pros and cons for each and in this B&H video, Gabriel Richards discusses the benefits and drawbacks so you can make an informed decision. 0:00 - Introduction 0:24 - Lav Microphones 1:51 - Shotgun Microphones 3:13 - Richards’