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Audio Drama I'm a noob
#1
<--- Nooob here

I make youtube videos. I am looking for a good mic that can really represent my voice. Unfortunately I was just disappointed by the few mics I tried. Anyone who can help me out I would be thankful for.

I come from Germany.
I came here for help.
But I can give u a small audition of what I do.
So there u go:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVzz2k2yiBU&t=268s


The audio quality isn't that great, but I still feel I get the most natural sound with my old USB mic. Unfortunately.... >.<
My recent videos are made with an XLR mic (mxl 990) and sounds too muddy/bassy, that I didn't put them here as an example.


Please rate my video down, and add ur hate comments.
I appreciate it! Thanks!
#2
I recommend either a Blue Snowball or a Blue yeti. Now is a good time to buy as the sales are on.
#3
these mics are very little better than my Samson Go mic...
#4
more please ggggggggggggggggg juuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj
#5
Can you tell us what you mean by represent your voice? The recording you posted seems decent just needs a little cleaning up. What kind of things do you want to record?
#6
My recording is OK? The video I linked?

My sound doesnt sound like anime at all...
#7
The recording is fine you just need some noise reduction, look up tutorials for whatever audio software you use. As for the 'anime' sound, are you talking about US anime dubs? Keep in mind we don't just do anime here! and even if it's anime fan stuff you want to do keep in mind there is a wide range of characters. Your voice is probably in the mid/high range so look for parts that specify that.

For example pitch wise I think you could do a decent Whis from Dragon Ball Super (
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9Xh_YImMKo see the blue guy).
#8
(12-29-2016, 12:17 PM)Azure Wrote: The recording is fine you just need some noise reduction, look up tutorials for whatever audio software you use.  As for the 'anime' sound, are you talking about US anime dubs? Keep in mind we don't just do anime here! and even if it's anime fan stuff you want to do keep in mind there is a wide range of characters. Your voice is probably in the mid/high range so look for parts that specify that.

For example pitch wise I think you could do a decent Whis from Dragon Ball Super (
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9Xh_YImMKo see the blue guy).
Lol yeah that blue guy. I guess I could do all the characters, because the japanese voices for the characters are all pretty high.
Yeah I would say my voice is in mid range sometimes goes higher. It'd be fun to do some voice action, even if it would be for free at the beginning. I just want to know how it feels like and if I could imagine myself doing that professionally in the future.
#9
tbh just try stuff out
  


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