#1 Trick To Record High Quality Audio On A Tight Budget


Starting a podcast? Ready to up your YouTube audio? Want to create better voice-overs? This video shows the #1 trick to sound pro on a budget!

Microphone I’m testing in this video is here – https://amzn.to/39ENRcq (Full disclosure, I’m an amazon affiliate and that is my affiliate link!)

Sound blankets I mentioned – https://amzn.to/2Q7cRRX (Full disclosure, I’m an amazon affiliate and that is my affiliate link!)

Blog post with all the items I use in my home studio – https://www.milesbeckler.com/home-studio-setup-revealed/

Link to my home studio tour where we go deeper into my pro-level gear here on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMswtS6TphE

Increasing the quality of your audio is the #1 way to sound like a professional podcaster or to increase the perceived value of your youtube videos, your courses, etc.

Treating your entire room to turn it into a home studio is often not possible… It can be an investment of thousands of dollars.

What can you do on a budget?

How can you remove the annoying sound of reverb and echo from your office?

How can you get better quality audio from your current microphone on a tight budget?

This video shows the DIY audio treatment my wife and I have used to create thousands of audio recordings… Often times with budget microphones and in complete echo-chambers in the tropics.

The microphone we start on is a Shure SM7B… Then I switch to the Shure MV5 for comparison. I really think this is the best budget podcast mic available and when mixed with the foam box trick, you have a great setup to get your pro sounding podcast launched on a tight budget.

Then you learn the trick to eliminate echo from a room you are recording in so you can instantly increase the quality of your audio with any microphone on a budget.

Matthew Brewin

Hey, name's Matt. I'm a blogger on LikesInternetMarketing.com, Certified Digital Marketer, and Partner at Internet Profits Ltd.

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