Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Selecting the best microphone for you, 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.…This week, we're talking about selecting…the best microphone for you to record…your instructional content with.…We can all forgive imperfect video…but we can't tolerate bad audio.…Perfection is not what we're after…but capturing a good, clean recording of your voice…to go along with your instructional content…will have a massive impact on the overall quality…of the materials that you are able to produce.…
Now there are a lot of really…great microphones to choose from,…but figuring out what's the right microphone for you…to spend your hard-earned cash on…can be a daunting task.…Now it's often said that the best camera…is the one that you have with you…and the same thing also applies to microphones.…We all have good quality microphones that are…built in to our computers, smartphones, and tablets.…Our smartphones all come with earbuds…that have really nice, noise-canceling microphones.…
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