With great frequency response for catching high and low sounds, and a wide range so that it can record a busy room as well as one voice, it’s a perfect solution for every situation.
Our method of communication has evolved and has shifted from moving pens and papers unto moving messages through electronics and the use of world-wide web.
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If you’re on a budget, there’s a cheaper version with just the one ear cup. Samson UB1: £70, uk This small, round microphone is specially built to pick up whatever’s going on around it.
As such, if you’re looking to record a panel, a conference meeting or just a discussion between a few people, this will pick it all up. Plantronics Audio 300 Microphone: £8.20, If you’re looking for a traditional style, now slightly retro, computer mic, this is the one.
Mounted on a long stick for easily adjusting to wherever is most comfortable to talk into, this connects into your computer’s microphone input and has noise cancelling so that it won’t pick up too much unwanted sound.
Buy now Verdict: The Snowball takes many of the features of more expensive models, at a fraction of the cost, and sticks them in an interesting little box.It sounds great, looks distinctive and easily connects with Macs or PCs through their USB ports.With the right connectors, it can also plug into an i Pad or i Phone. Shure PG 27: £149, gear4Shure’s microphones are the stuff of music legend – they’re standard issue at gigs and in recording studios – and this puts its best condenser mic engineering into something that will plug straight into your computer’s USB ports. Blue Microphones Yeti: £99.95, store.The Yeti’s eye-catching body hides some brilliant technology.It's probably enough for video chats or occasionally sending off messages, but if you’re looking to do anything more or regular, getting something devoted can make all the difference.If you’re looking to record conversations between a number of people, lay down a track from either an instrument or a computer, or make your own podcast or radio show, then a standalone microphone is best. Audio-Technica AT2020: £125, uk The USB version of Audio-Technica’s well-loved microphone, this is a versatile piece of kit.Perfect for gaming, where you’ll be able to hear and shout at people with crystal clarity. Samson Meteor: £55.56, uk This will slot into your bag, so you can record when out and about.