Yeti Mic – 3 Steps to make your podcast or video sound Like it’s supposed to

Yeti Mic – 3 Steps to make your podcast or video sound Like it’s supposed to


this is a test of the Yeti microphone
and what a lot of people do when they buy the Yeti microphone is they turn it
like this because they see it like this unlike infomercials or webcasts or other
TV programs where they just use the microphone as a prop they’re typically
not using the microphone as a microphone in fact you’ll see when they do this
they don’t even have the cord hooked up to it because it’s just there for show
so watch what happens when you turn the microphone so that you’re actually
speaking into the part where the microphone is suppose is is so there’s
there’s two things to consider one on the back if you’re a single voice and
you’re using this microphone you want to make sure the pattern is set to the
third from the left the pattern on the bottom should be set from the to the
third from the left which sets it up to only accept audio from the front so you
won’t get background noise next there is no microphone on the top so you never
want to have this thing turn like this otherwise your sound is going past the
opening and it sounds like it does now this once you have the setting the
pattern on the third from the left now you want to make sure that you talk
right into the front of the microphone and now that you’re talking into the
front of the microphone you’re getting the best sound for a single voice that
this microphone has to offer now if you want to record an interview where
there’s one person on each side then you want to change the pattern
I believe the pattern for that is all the way to the right but most people
aren’t doing that most people are doing videos where it’s just one person
talking into one microphone and in that case you want the pattern to be the
third from the left and you want to talk right into the front not into the top
does that make sense you notice how it sounds different right okay I hope this
helps

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