Voice recording at home. The hardware and software?

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Please help those who have ever engaged in voice video or doing podcasts. I would like to know what you need for recording voice at home. What kind of microphone will work, where to buy if you need a windscreen and pop filter? To start, I would like to meet around $ 100. The difficulty lies in the fact that the stores with appropriate technology there is a whole zoo of microphones: from $ 10 to 500, and I, as a layman, do not understand what one another is different.

Of course, the "professional" microphone is not needed, as the vocals do not intend to write.


In addition, the second question is: what can mount to the sound, connect the video, remove noise and to improve sound quality? The tasks are simple and the program "all in one" is probably not needed.
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Remove noise better, but a normal soundcard.
Zvukova in laptop or built in to the Mat.cost almost always gives noises from interference. In this case it is either a normal sound card, or try the cheapest option is an external USB soundcard (but
I have not tried).
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Audacity for processing, any normal external soundcard for recording.
The quality of the microphone is determined on eyes PTS just In a quiet room write something and look at the projection of the sound wave on the monitor. For the Amateur enough to avoid jumps where they were not, and in the silence of the wave was close to zero.
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If You have good diction (i.e., speak articulately), it is enough karatnogo (they have Omni-directional reception) and cleaning noises. I personally use Goldwave. It is about 300-500 rubles.
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Without software You have to require expensive equipment (at least a couple thousand) and premises.
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If the diction is bad, it is better not to do.
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IN SoundForge or Audacity. Professionals recommend Audacity. SoundForge — if not to bother.
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First, second and third — be sure to listen and take note of the first part www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV-w-ROzxeA — there is just answers to your questions.
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NR certainly don't need (where you have the wind at home?)
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Pop filter may be needed, but can be tricky and without him, I would have to choose the MIC position to "spat" on the explosive consonants. Much depends on the manner of speech.
The microphone is quite enough simple "primer", here is the built-in soundcard is better not to use — you will record a lot of interference of the computer. In the recording you hear interference from moving the heads in a hard drive, from moving the mouse.
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FOR noise reduction should be used very carefully. As a rule, it is better not to use, and to mask the noise with background music.
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Be sure to think about the acoustics of the room, until curtaining the walls with blankets and rugs. Small ad records often gives it the echo of the room, and it is the same in most cases spreads the voice, it becomes harder to make out.
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When recording is not clamped, it is better to get up.
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When you collect an audio track, not sure about the compressor. It will smooth out the bumps of the question.
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Yet, if we are here talking about.
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Audacity is nice, but it is a sampler. Record audio, cut the ends of the handle a little bit. For information not good.
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For installation — opencarry Ardour (its Assembly with additional bells and whistles sells harrison consoles Mixbus called). A fantastic program. For treatment suggest a set of GVST plug-ins, and even TAP-plugins (don't know how to handle them in Windows, but without them, Ardour useless).
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a simple pop filter — stocking stretched over a wire frame
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