My name is Alex Genadinik. I've been in Elearning since 2014 and have over 500,000 students. Here is my Udemy teaching profile.
As soon as you buy a nice microphone for recording course or podcast audio, you need something that would hold it and that is a microphone mount. In this article, we'll cover:
1) What is a microphone mount.
2) How to use a microphone mount and what pitfalls to watch for.
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A microphone mount is a metal or plastic tool that attaches to your desk or a stand and holds your microphone so you don't have to hold it and your hands are free.
A great benefit of a microphone mount is that they are adjustable and you can talk into the microphone comfortably and be comfortable.
Another benefit you get from a microphone mount is that if you find a good and comfortable place for it, your audio will always be consistent course and course and video to video.
Microphone mounts that attach to your desk can ruin the wood on your desk so you have to be careful how and where you attach it. Also, if you can a flimsy microphone mount, it may break and your microphone may fall and break. Or even worse, your microphone may fall on the laptop that is also likely on your desk and break that took.
Before you shop for a microphone mount, you must know what kind of a microphone will be best for your needs. Read my overview of the best microphones for creating online courses first and only after you buy a microphone, you can decide on which mount you need for it since different mounts are best for different microphones.
Of course, when you get a microphone, you also need a pop filter to make the sound as good as the microphone can possibly give you without any artifacts in the audio. Pop filters are cheap, but they are easy to forget and neglect. If you don't get one, you may get unexpected sounds on letters like "p" which will sound unusual. You may also want to invest in acoustic foam to make your audio even more clear.
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