234: YouTube Still Fighting Conspiracy Theories
October 18, 2020
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234: YouTube Still Fighting Conspiracy Theories

Bandrew Scott
On episode 234 of the BSP, I talk about YouTube’s new policy to ban content that is used to justify real-world violence as well as why I think this is a bad idea. I also address getting consistent volume on YouTube videos, peaking with the AT2020, The Behringer UMC22 driving the SM7b, and the ultimate streaming channel strip. Subscribe to the full audio podcast at http://www.bandrewsays.com Gear Used This Episode (Affiliate Links): Townsend Sphere L22: https://imp.i114863.net/7AYRV Triton Audio Fethead: https://geni.us/fethead Yellowtek M!ka Boom Arm: https://www.yellowtec.com/mika.html Universal Audio x8: https://imp.i114863.net/zMg2r Sennheiser HD650: https://geni.us/sennhd650 Twitter: @bandrewsays Ask Questions: https://www.askbandrew.com Merch; https://teespring.com/stores/podcastage-store Discord: http://www.podcastage.com/discord 00:00 - Intro 00:57 - YouTube Fighting Conspiracy Theories 11:45 - What I’ve Been Testing Update 12:15 - WYHTS: Consistent YouTube Video Volume 14:00 - WYHTS: Impedance is like a Water Hose 16:00 - Ask Bandrew (http://www.askbandrew.com) 16:30 - Email 1 17:30 - Should I Replace the AT2020 Because It’s Clipping? 20:05 - Email 2 20:45 - Can The Behringer UMC22 Drive a Procaster and SM7b? 22:00 - Email 3 22:15 - What Camera’s I Use for Podcasting 23:25 - Email 4 24:07 - Is a USB Mic Sufficient for Zoom Calls? 25:05 - Ultimate Zoom Call Setup with No Budget? 28:00 - Outro