In the world of digital video calling there is no better way to make a great first impression than with a HD webcam. After reading reviews, I purchased the Logitech c930e and have been very pleased with how it portrays me in any video call setting.
I purchased this microphone for creating tutorials, hosting Skype videos and doing screen casts. It’s not as overkill as my podcast equipment when I just need a quality audio track. It has all sorts of pattern options so you can record for nearly any needs.
I purchased this microphone back in 2004. It had been nearly 10 years since I used it and then I started hosting the church marketing podcast. It produces such an amazing sounds that I am constantly being messaged asking, “what microphone do you use?” This is it!
I absolutely love my Firebox. It has great versatility for inputs and outputs, midi adaptors and connects via firewire 400. I use the original unit which is currently not available. The link below takes you to the v2 model.
The number one technical that I see repeatedly with podcasts and Skype interviews is not using a pop filter. You ruin your audio track whenever you don’t use a pop filter. Spend all the money you want on a mic, if you don’t have a pop filter you’re not doing it right.
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