Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Calibrating your microphone with Audacity, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia, and I'm here to help you…enhance the design, creation, and delivery…of your instructional materials,…and this week we're talking about…calibrating your microphone with Audacity.…You've spent a lot of time designing…your instructional materials for your learners,…and now it's time to sit down in front…of that microphone and record it.…The very next step is to make sure…that you're getting the best sound…out of your microphone that you possibly can.…And to do that, you need to calibrate…the mic to your voice and to the room…that you're recording in.…
Calibrating your mic is a fancy way of saying…that you need to make sure that your mic input gain…and the position of your microphone…relative to your mouth is set properly.…Let's start with your mic placement.…If you're recording with a headset mic,…then you'll want to start with the mic boom…pointed straight out in front of your face.…Since the microphone capsule is located…at the end of the boom, you'll want the end of the boom…
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