221: You Owe Your Audience Good Sound, Broadcast Dynamics are Better? and More
July 05, 2020
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221: You Owe Your Audience Good Sound, Broadcast Dynamics are Better? and More

Bandrew Scott
On episode 221 of the BSP I discuss how you owe your audience good audio, address a comment saying that broadcast dynamic mics are better than handheld dynamics, how like and dislike buttons affect your YouTube video’s distribution, and a cheap option to create a safety track and mimic the outcome of 32-bit floating point recording. Subscribe to the full audio podcast at http://www.bandrewsays.com Gear Used This Episode (Affiliate Links): AEA KU5a: https://imp.i114863.net/GL37r OC White Low Profile Boom Arm: https://www.ocwhite.com/product/ultima-gen2-ultra-low-profile-adjustable-mic-boom-with-a-12-fixed-horizontal-arm-and-machined-table-bushing/ Universal Audio x8: https://imp.i114863.net/zMg2r Sony MDR7506: https://geni.us/7506 Twitter: @bandrewsays Ask Questions: https://www.askbandrew.com Merch; https://teespring.com/stores/podcastage-store Discord: http://www.podcastage.com/discord 00:00 - Intro 01:06 - AEA KU5a Update 01:36 - OC White Low Profile Boom Arm Gen 2 03:01 - WYHTS: I Like the AEA Without the High Pass Filter 03:50 - WYHTS: Provide Your Listeners The Best Experience Possible! 06:03 - WYHTS: Brodcast Dynamics Make Post Production Easier. 10:05 - Ask Bandrew 10:45 - Video Submission 1 11:27 - How Many Beanies & Flannels Do I Own? 14:07 - Email Submission 2 14:24 - Is the Samson C01u Pro Still the Best Sub $100 USB Condenser Mic? 17:11 - Video Submission 3 18:00 - Do The Like & Dislike Button YouTube Help or Hurt Your Video? 23:08 - Email Submission 4 23:30 - Best USB Mic For Home Recording Under $50 24:30 - Voice Submission 5 24:56 - Recommendations for High Pitched Voices 30:20 - Email Submission 6 31:05 - How Much Does My Day Job Pay Me? 34:50 - Voice Submission 7 35:21 - Can You Use an XLR Splitter to Mimic 32-Bit Floating? 39:57 - Outro