Wired Microphones

0 Views ·Posted 02/15/2023
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
0 Views ·Posted 01/30/2023
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’
by Eric Calvi ·Posted 11/15/2022
Updating its lineup of USB microphones, RØDE has recently announced the new iteration of the company’s popular NT-USB, the NT-USB+ desktop USB-C microphone with next-generation features for recording exceptional audio directly to a computer, smartphone, or tablet. NT-USB+ Desktop USB-C Microphone Aimed at musicians and content creators
by Robert Rives ·Posted 07/13/2022
Vloggers, YouTubers, and TikTok personalities searching for a cost-effective, camera-mountable shotgun mic are going to be thrilled to discover the new ECM-G1 Vlogger Shotgun Microphone from Sony. Not only is it the smallest and lightest model in the ECM on-camera shotgun series, the G1 also offers a 3.5mm output jack for use with a wide variety of DSLR and mirrorless cameras. And, of course, it's compatible with Sony's Multi-Interface
by Robert Rives ·Posted 06/14/2022
Sony photographers looking for a camera-mountable shotgun are going to be very excited about the new ECM-B10 Digital Shotgun Microphone, which takes full advantage of the digital interface in the company’s MI shoe and offers three switchable pick-up patterns, beamforming technology, and digital signal processing. ECM-B10
by Staff Writer ·Posted 08/22/2019
If someone is singing on stage, the audience deserves and demands clarity. Such clarity has always been attainable, but not always at a cost you can justify. Well, the good people at DPA Microphones aim to change that. DPA is a company long known for producing microphones that deliver eye-opening transparency, and it has continued that tradition with the new 2028, a handheld vocal microphone inspired by its premium d:facto Series and priced to accommodate the budgets of small- and large-scale productions. Whether you need a vocal mic for