OBS Tutorial Serie Audio Devices And Filters

And it sounds ok at that price honestly and it removes a lot of headache I have to worry about electrical cables and cell phone signals and stuff picking up on my stuff sometimes I get a lot of weird noise and I have a lot of audio setup in general to get this working the way it did not to mention the price but we’ll go ahead and switch over and see what the difference is here’s the Yeti like I said I don’t have an equalizer on for it I could turn a software equalizer on so that I could get a bit of that warmth back in my voice but you know what the big problem with the Yeti is is that it picks up too much noise so step one to fixing that is to put on that anyway skate tvmelayu

And suppression filter and to make sure they sound right set it to cardioid don’t use too much gain there’s a gain knob on the back of the Yeti I would advise you put that at like 9 o’clock not at 12 or not beyond that honestly you would try and get volume from other sources you don’t want too much noise coming out of your mic they’ll sound better if you can have it lower volume obviously you want to be heard but don’t use too much gain so this is what the Yeti sounds like for those who are curious i’ve used it in past videos some people don’t notice that some do I’m sure side-by-side you probably do absolutely because

The equalizer settings alone on my mixer probably added a lot to it so forwarding and splitting audio last thing on our list it sounds complicated but once you get the hang of it it’s not so bad I use virtual audio cables from VB audio software vb – audio.com slash cable is the link for that you’ll find it below in the description it’s free if you want a second one like I have you have to pay but I think it’s pay what you want they also have voice meter which does the same thing as well as some other stuff there’s a couple other pieces of software on here very nice software let’s go ahead

And it sounds ok at that price honestly and it removes a lot of headache I have to worry about electrical cables and cell phone signals and stuff picking up on my stuff sometimes I get a lot of weird noise and I have a lot of audio setup in general to get this working the way it did not to mention the price but we’ll go ahead and switch over and see what the difference is here’s the Yeti like I said I don’t have an equalizer on for it I could turn a software equalizer on so that I could get a bit of that warmth back in my voice but you know what the big problem with the Yeti is is that it picks up too much noise so step one to fixing that is to put on that anyway skate

And suppression filter and to make sure they sound right set it to cardioid don’t use too much gain there’s a gain knob on the back of the Yeti I would advise you put that at like 9 o’clock not at 12 or not beyond that honestly you would try and get volume from other sources you don’t want too much noise coming out of your mic they’ll sound better if you can have it lower volume obviously you want to be heard but don’t use too much gain so this is what the Yeti sounds like for those who are curious i’ve used it in past videos some people don’t notice that some do I’m sure side-by-side you probably do absolutely because

The equalizer settings alone on my mixer probably added a lot to it so forwarding and splitting audio last thing on our list it sounds complicated but once you get the hang of it it’s not so bad I use virtual audio cables from VB audio software vb – audio.com slash cable is the link for that you’ll find it below in the description it’s free if you want a second one like I have you have to pay but I think it’s pay what you want they also have voice meter which does the same thing as well as some other stuff there’s a couple other pieces of software on here very nice software let’s go ahead