What You Need to Know
Podcasting has become a popular way for people to create their own radio show and share it with the world. After all, who doesn’t want to be on the radio? However, in order to successfully produce a podcast you need great equipment including microphones. In this article I will discuss some of the best microphones that are currently available for recording podcasts as well as what features they offer and why they work so well.
– The Shure SM7B Microphone is a great microphone to use for podcasting and it comes with both XLR input and USB output. It has an extended frequency response of 30Hz – 18kHz, which means that the sound quality will be amazing. You should most definitely buy a Shure SM7B microphone.
I hope you found this article helpful! I’m always happy to answer any questions or provide more information on best microphones for recording podcasts in the comments section below. Let’s get started making some awesome podcasts together! :)
How to know if the quality of sound will be good?
One of the best ways to know if a microphone will produce high quality sound is by looking at its frequency response. The Shure SM-57 mic has an extended range that goes up as low as 25 Hz and down to 16 kHz, which means it can pick up all frequencies well. If you are interested in learning more about this topic, here’s a link: How Low Can You Go? A Guide To Microphones And Recording Music (not just podcasts)
For those who may be wondering how different microphones work with the same device or computer setup – when I am recording on my laptop via USB from Skype or Zoom, for example – then I use either the Blue Yeti Blackout Edition or one of these other five microphones.