Scope Labs in Finland has come up with a humdinger of a design coup for a microphone. Does it really work well?
The mic is a voice talent’s axe.. While we can’t escape its necessity, there’s no reason to let it overburden us either.
Your microphone is not just a hunk of metal and wires. It’s delicate, and requires TLC. Here are some tips.
Stop spending big bucks on fancy mics. Here are the three things you SHOULD be focusing on.
…three facts that have nothing to do with polarity, capsules, or name-brands.
…our unofficial mascot. Our sword. Most of us wish we could afford yet ANOTHER one. Yes? Here are some ideas.
Today’s freelance voice actor working in a home studio needs to understand their unique recording environment, and match a good mic to it (not the other way around). There’s help, and here’s how.
Your microphone is not just a hunk of metal and wires. It’s delicate, and requires care. Here are a few simple suggestions.
People read my blog who I don't even know. Usually it's a good thing. Take David G Beneke for instance; an audiobook narrator, and a geek like me when it comes to audio hardware (only his expertise vastly supersedes mine). Beneke sent me an email a few days ago saying he just found a really...
You know me, I'm a big Zoom electronic devices fan. I own or have owned the H4, H4n, H6n audio recorders, and the Q8 video/audio recorder. None of those models have give me any pause for regret. Now: the Zoom Q2n. It lets you record hi-fidelity audio, and oh...it comes with a built-in camera...