Throughout the history of modern recording, Tascam has been there for countless consumers and professionals alike—and now the company has something sure to ignite in our modern digital age: the Tascam Mixcast 4, a tabletop mixer and recorder geared for the podcasting space. With sound effects, independent headphone outputs, and remote guest support via mix-minus functionality, the Mixcast 4 is perfect for multi-person panel podcasts
Judging by its game-changing new Evolution Wireless Digital system, the staff at Sennheiser has been doing a lot more during lockdown than watching Netflix and baking bread. This fully digital UHF system offers a flexible and reliable solution that delivers pristine, nuanced sound with a 134 dB dynamic range for professional live events, performances, and presentations. What’s more, the EW-D does this while eliminating the major hassles that can make setting up a wireless system challenging, especially for first-time users, with an automatic
A.B. Belinfanti takes a look at Sennheiser's second-generation MKE 400 on-camera supercardioid shotgun microphone. Whether you’re a videographer or content creator, using a camera or smartphone, this versatile shotgun mic is made for on-the-go filming!
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Thanks to significant enhancements over the original Wireless GO, including two-person shoots, onboard recording, greatly extended range, and highly flexible output options, the RØDE Wireless GO II compact true wireless microphone system—now in stock—lets videographers, vloggers, and mobile journalists of any experience level confidently and quickly run-and-gun in the world of wireless audio, whether recording to a camera, computer, or
The divide between pro studio and portable studio just got narrower, with the Antelope Zen Go Synergy Core, a compact USB Type-C audio interface that offers pro-grade conversion, transparent preamps, and rock-solid Antelope clocking in a desktop form factor. Now artists recording at home, musicians recording on the road, and all kinds of content creators have a leg up in crafting a truly formidable, mix-ready sound.
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In Part 4 of our multi-part Audio for Video series, AB walks you through the pros and cons of recording audio to your camera versus using an external audio recorder. Learn about when direct-to-camera recording may be ideal, and when you’ll need to start thinking about additional devices, such as mixer adapters and external multi-track recorders. As usual, AB breaks down many important considerations and helpful tips that you need to know for high-quality audio capture in the field.
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