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Quickly and Easily Improve The Audio Quality of the Blue Yeti USB Microphone

Quickly and Easily Improve The Audio Quality of the Blue Yeti USB Microphone

November 2, 2021

The Blue Yeti is an excellent USB microphone popular with podcasters, and other folks recording voices for any reason. But for some reason, a lot of recordings made on Yeti mics sound terrible. Why is this? I think I know. And here are ways to fix things quickly and easily so your Yeti can make you sound much more professional.

How to Set Up a Home Recording Studio, Pt 5: The Accessories

How to Set Up a Home Recording Studio, Pt 5: The Accessories

September 8, 2021

Now that you have the mic(s), the recording interface and the software, you'll need some additional things to be able to use your gear. Here is a list of those accessories, along with some suggestions.

How to Set Up a Home Recording Studio, Pt 4: The Software

How to Set Up a Home Recording Studio, Pt 4: The Software

June 30, 2021

What software should you use to record and produce your audio? This episode gives you some ideas, starting with a free program! So you can get started right now without having to buy anything. I also talk about Reaper and Adobe Audition. 

How To Set Up A Home Recording Studio, Pt 3

How To Set Up A Home Recording Studio, Pt 3

May 31, 2021

In part 3 of this series, we talk about microphones and recording interfaces.

2021 Relaunch of Podcast + How To Set Up a Home Recording Studio, Pt. 2

2021 Relaunch of Podcast + How To Set Up a Home Recording Studio, Pt. 2

April 12, 2021

This follows on - finally! - from the last episode, which was part 1 (yes, I left folks hanging. sorry!) of a 5-part series showing you how to set up a home recording studio. This episode talks about how to limit or eliminate noise of all kinds, which is arguably the most important factor in recording pro audio.

How to Set Up A Home Recording Studio - Part 1

How to Set Up A Home Recording Studio - Part 1

January 13, 2015

This is the first in a series of posts designed to walk you through how to create a computer-based home recording studio. We talk about what you'll need to buy, and even how to use free software for many tasks. The series will also show you how to get the best possible audio for the lowest possible cost. Best of all, we try our best not to use too much overly technical audio jargon. WE try to make it so easy that anyone can understand it.

Review Of The Audio Technica AT2035 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

Review Of The Audio Technica AT2035 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

January 12, 2015

This is an excellent microphone for home recording, especially for vocals/voice-over purposes. It gives professional sounding results for only about $149. This review contains audio samples and comparisons with a more expensive mic.

Audio for Videos

Audio for Videos

December 16, 2014

Do not let bad audio ruin an otherwise great video. Why do so many people who make videos always seem to forget about making the audio sound good? Here are some ways you can fix that.

3 Must-Know Tips For Getting Pro Audio From Your Home Recording Studio

3 Must-Know Tips For Getting Pro Audio From Your Home Recording Studio

December 16, 2014

3 Must-Know Tips For Getting Pro Audio From Your Home Recording Studio. It is possible to produce pro quality from a garden-variety computer as your home recording studio, and do it cheaply. Here's how.

Should You Use Compression In Audio Recording?

Should You Use Compression In Audio Recording?

December 16, 2014

A very common question I see is "should I use compression in audio recording?" The best answer to this question is, as is so often the case, "Do you need compression in your recordings?" This episode shows you how you can answer your own question.

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