A wireless lavalier microphone system in your repertoire is going to be a great addition, especially if you’re in need of a discreet and easy way to record some audio. Regardless of your use, whether it’s lectures, interviews, public speaking, theater and more, we’ve learned in our lavalier microphone guide that there’s just nothing else like a lapel. However, in that guide we focused on a mixture of those with and without wires, so today we wanted to specifically get into wireless lavalier microphone systems. Let’s get into our picks.
Portable audio recorders are not easily replaceable, even as smart phones continue to become more advanced in any many facets. Audio quality is still a huge deal with phones and smart devices as a whole, and sometimes we just need a piece of gear that’s more advanced and equipped to handle capturing real audio with quality feasible enough for movies, songs and more. We’ve been researching and writing about these types of recorders for quite a while, and since our website here is dedicated to microphones, we felt it was at least significantly relevant to give you all a guide on the best portable audio recorders.
Interviewing whether you’re on a novice or professional level can sometimes be a bit tricky, and without a proper microphone setup you won’t be able to truly get the job done. It may even make or break the quality of your interviews and most of the time we don’t want to sacrifice that. Today we spent some time researching not only the different types of methods people use to interview others, but which actual microphones should be recommended as we sort through all of the different models out there that flood the market. Let’s first get into what we should be looking at, then we’ll provide you our picks for the best microphones for interviews.
Streaming has become one of the most popular activities, hobbies, and even professions on the internet. Without a microphone to stream with, you literally can’t do it, but even those who have something super cheap won’t come across as legitimate. That’s why we wanted to spend today writing a guide on some of our favorite microphones for streaming, and ensured we covered a bit of everything in regards to budget, types of microphones, shapes, sizes and personalities. But first let’s highlight some factors to keep in mind before you start shopping around.
The microphones in smartphones are unfortunately never a part of that “upgraded feature” list your newest phone creator dishes out every year or so. If you’re doing anything remotely serious with your smartphone that includes audio, you’ll 9 times out of 10 have to either use an external device completely different from your phone and sync later, or in our case today, grab a high quality external microphone to use instead of that clunky, stock “thing” that “records” audio built-in. Although we do have separate guides for each of the most popular OS out there, such as with our best Android microphone or iOS microphones article, today we wanted to give our readers our broad 10 best smartphone microphones in general to help your shopping search, so let’s get going.