I'm doing a music podcast based in my living room. I've a tripod, atop which is mounted a nice (Canon EOS Rebel T3) camera. Nice enough for my living room and for Youtube, I think. But what about the audio? [more inside]
And I'm on a very tight budget. What do I buy? [more inside]
We're getting ready to do a weekly podcast, recorded live in a retail environment in front of an audience. I'm trying to build the gear kit. Can you help? [more inside]
Why does a tape recorder plugged into my computer's Mic input record so quietly? [more inside]
I need to find the best way to connect more than one microphone (probably two but it could be up to four) to a Mac laptop. I don't need studio quality but will be capturing voices and I'd like them to sound decent. The signal from the mics would need to be seen by Flash, for teleconferencing, and by the basic Apple OS applications (Quicktime, Garage Band, etc.) Is it possible to connect more than one USB microphone at a time, perhaps through a hub? If not, is there a simple external digital mixer that I can use? Is there an on-line store that specializes in this type of audio? And is the a wireless USB option?
How do American sound technicians make a folk/blues guitar sound really pop? [more inside]
I need recommendations for lavaliere mic on the cheap. One I can hook up to my Zoom H4. Details inside. [more inside]
My not-for-profit theatre company (run by me and grumblebee) wants to start producing audio dramas and releasing them as podcasts (and maybe on CDs). We have a limited budget (under $1000). What recording equipment should we buy for good quality sound? [more inside]
I am a sort-of musician (lo-fi ambient-ish- real marketable stuff) and I want to start going out into the crazy world about me and recording various sounds. I'm looking for tips on a suitable microphone for field recording and, just as importantly, a good (quality + convenience) digital sound recording device so that I can come back and transfer my sounds without losing quality.