There are many different ways that you can avoid the common audio pitfalls that get us all.
First, make sure you are close enough to your microphone as you don’t want your microphone to not get all of your voice.
You also want to make sure you test out your recording room and make sure that it fits for the tone you are looking for.
Finally, if you are recording outside and it is windy, find a barrier that can prevent the wind noise from coming across the microphone.
- Get your microphone as close to your as possible so that it doesn’t miss out on any sounds and all the sound is consistent.
- If you are dealing with wind, you will need to find a barrier to put over the microphone to block the wind from affecting the noise.
- When picking out a room to record in, try to find one that has a consistent tone that fits your style.
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