Yeah, it’s another post on recording over at Home Brew Audio (the new one). But this one pretty much covers most of my life’s endeavors: music, voice-acting, and showing others show to record stuff. If you record your voice for any reason that could be considered professional, such as podcasting, narrating videos for your on-line business, conducting webinars, etc., then you should probably take a look and a listen to your current audio.
For example, if you use a headset with the little tiny mic attached, you probably aren’t putting out a very professional sounding audio product. But the good news is that it won’t cost you very much time or effort to move to a professional level. You would be really amazed at how much better your voice will sound just by grabbing yourself one of those large USB mics from your local Best Buy store- a Samson C01U is a good example. I got one a few weeks ago at my BB for $75.
See the full article here: http://homebrewaudio.co/record-your-voice-and-sound-like-a-pro/