You don’t have to spent a million dollars to sound like it, but you do have to buy the right equipment. Mainly that means do not buy the Yeti, its meant for sound treated spaces which a majority of you don’t have. This is a solid list of equipment that is time tested, affordable and will ensure that you sound fantastic.
This is def my favorite of all of the options. The boom arm will keep the mic close to your face and give you that “pro look”. The earbuds will prevent your engineer from cursing your name during exhausting editing sessions and the mic, well, what do we need to say about the MV7. Basically, it’s the best.
This will work without an audio interface.
Whether you are looking to buy equipment or already have some and aren’t sure how to use it, I can help.
We will spend an hour together going over your project, your environment, the content goals and editing process that you have in place.
By fully understanding the above I will personally guide you on a custom set up for your space.
There is no reason to buy ill fitted technology with the intent to upgrade later. You can buy reasonably priced equipment that will grow with you, not against you.
Don’t worry, I got you. I love this stuff.
What if I told you I’d created a course that takes you through each piece of equipment, the pros and cons so you can be confident in your purchase?