I was looking for information on Rode mics when I bumped into a video of Ken Sparkes, the famous broadcasting personality of Australia. In the video, he demonstrates the Procaster microphone for broadcasting and then he gives a couple of very interesting tips how to use a professional microphone. Update 1 Dec 2016: Unfortunately, the … Read moreTips to use a microphone
You have that wonderful and rather expensive external mic with XLR connection and discovered it doesn’t work on your computer? Yet, you bought an adapter for the XLR connection to fit into the sound board of your computer and it still doesn’t work? Chances are that your mic needs a lot of phantom power. Professional … Read moreHow to connect an external microphone to my computer
Some sound editors, like Audacity from SoundForge can reduce static noise, but the disadvantage is that it deforms the audio. Therefore, it is best to quelch static before it hits the sound card, so to speak. The most common problem is the microphone (or headset) related to its surroundings. If you are recording sound next … Read moreHow to reduce static in my audio?
Jump to updated part >> I had mixed feelings after reading the reviews about the Sony HDR FX1 camcorder which is already on the market for some time (beginning 2005, if I’m correct). But I luckily found a video demo from a professional guy who made a fashion movie with it. This convinced me that … Read moreSony HDR FX1 camcorder review – updated