Is there any Microphone that does not require audio editing?

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Is there any Microphone that does not require audio editing?

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Just curious to know whether anyone here is using a microphone that does not require any audio processing.

 

When i record in night i have no background noise. After recording audio, i generally need to do audio editing functions such as Bass Boost and treble boost to make the audio sound more professional.

 

I have used Blue Yeti and lavalier microphones in the past.

 

Is there any microphone that does not require these functions and the only operation required is just noise removal if any?

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I've never done any processing on my audio, and have an instructor review score over 4.5 from hundreds of thousands of happy students. Perhaps it isn't really necessary. I used a Blue Yeti for years, and lately have been using a Shure SM7B.

 

If you just want to boost bass and treble, you could run an XLR mic into a mixer that has EQ knobs. That way the "processing" would be done before your audio is even captured. I use a Mackie ProFX8 mixer which can do this, but I still leave the EQ flat. Nobody's ever complained about the audio quality.

 

You can also influence the sound of your mic just by varying your distance to it. If you want a warmer sound, just get closer to the mic.

 

It may be that you simply have higher standards than your students do, or have different expectations for what "good" audio sounds like.

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I've never done any processing on my audio, and have an instructor review score over 4.5 from hundreds of thousands of happy students. Perhaps it isn't really necessary. I used a Blue Yeti for years, and lately have been using a Shure SM7B.

 

If you just want to boost bass and treble, you could run an XLR mic into a mixer that has EQ knobs. That way the "processing" would be done before your audio is even captured. I use a Mackie ProFX8 mixer which can do this, but I still leave the EQ flat. Nobody's ever complained about the audio quality.

 

You can also influence the sound of your mic just by varying your distance to it. If you want a warmer sound, just get closer to the mic.

 

It may be that you simply have higher standards than your students do, or have different expectations for what "good" audio sounds like.

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