Question by  Kevin16 (56)

What is the best type of microphone for video narration?

I am going to start my own video business and will need to narrate various weddings and events.


Answer by  kevincai96 (669)

Usually you want a mike that has a "soft cover" on it. This will reduce the background noise and "static noise" that you usually hear. They're easy to find online, and are even available on eBay. You probably also want it to be telescoping, so you can reach the/mike/around/to/get/nice/sound effects.


Answer by  NobodysHome (385)

If you want a microphone for business purposes, you need to get a professional-quality mic, and even then there's no guarantee that it'll pick up all the sound in the area.


Answer by  Brandon55 (1719)

Both Microsoft and Logitech produce microphones and headphones with microphones attached. Find a few models you might be interested in and visit several mainstream shopping sites to see what other people have to say about them. Most modern computer microphones are made very clear and the sensitivity can be adjusted.


Answer by  wQQdy (121)

A directional mic. Omni-directional and condenser mics pick up all kinds of sounds in the environment. Voice overs in a car are the best sound proof booths.


Answer by  aeturnus (474)

For those wishing to get into video narration, an ideal microphone might be the USB Logitech Microphone. It doesn't have volume, though, but that can be controlled with software.


Answer by  thorsdecree (409)

You probably want a microphone with good wind protection. The best for this would most likely be a jawbone microphone that detects vibrations from your body, not the air.


Answer by  coolio69 (11)

i really like to use my ps2 microphone on my computer. i don't know if it's any different than what you need one for

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