YOUSHARES Shock Mount for Blue Yeti and Yeti Pro Microphone, Alloy Shockmount Reduces Vibration Noise and Improve Recording Quality
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If you’re someone who finds too much choice overwhelming, though, then we tend to make 2 recommendations to those asking about Blue Yeti software. YOUSHARES Elevate Your Voice Providing the perfect combination between voice and instrument, to deliver attractive voice that every Podcast. If you’d like to file an allegation of infringement, you’ll need to follow the process described in our Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy.We recommend investing in a Blue Yeti microphone stand to improve the quality of your recordings and provide our recommendations for the best Blue Yeti mic stand for your setup below. A pop filter will prevent these puffs of air from reaching your microphone’s diaphragm and being recorded. Exquisite Design: Rubber mat can prevent scratches from your microphone or mount and will bitter cinch down the bolt. This is a high-quality accessory that includes hidden cable management, hand-tightened springs, and 360-degree rotation. Keep reading to discover how to improve your audio quality by enhancing your recording setup with accessories for Blue Yeti mics.
But what I am trying to figure out is what are the best settings to have with the Yeti when it comes to the actual sound setting on the computer? Pop filters are highly compatible with shock mounts, and they perform the vital function of minimizing the appearance of plosives in your recordings. Hi Kyle, there’s no reason a standard headphone splitter shouldn’t work with the output, so that’s a bit strange. Try both sets of headphones in the Blue Yeti individually – that’ll tell you whether they work OK with the device, and whether the Yeti’s headphone output is OK. One of the main benefits of using a shock mount with a Blue Yeti microphone is the reduction of rumble.The device provides you with more freedom when using a Blue Yeti microphone, and prevents any unwanted noise from making it into your recordings. I’ve tried table mounted ones, but they’ve broken after little use, and scratch up some table surfaces in the process.