Posted September 08, 2018 10:20:37 If you’re not using a mixer, you’re probably not using an audio mixer.
The basic premise is that you have a microphone connected to a mixer that has an output.
For example, you can use a mixer to capture audio in your home or business, but you can also capture audio for recording on the web.
That’s where you get the audio quality you’re looking for, without having to buy a mixer.
You can use one mixer for both audio and video.
We’ll look at the pros and cons of mixing and how to setup your own audio mixer, and the cons and pros of a mixer when it comes to video recording.
Pros and cons Pros: It’s easier to setup The sound quality is good, but not amazing It’s simple to setup and set up Cons: You’ll have to pay more for an audio interface The audio quality can be a little lower than you’d like (especially if you have the mixer on the back of your computer) You can’t use your mixer in the middle of a video recording process, or when recording audio in a noisy room, or at the same time recording video.
Pros: Audio interface is simple to set up and setup Cons: It can be hard to control audio volume in your video recording environment Pros: The sound is good and the mixer makes a lot of noise The audio mixer can capture all the sounds you want to hear at once, which is great if you’re recording a video with a lot more than one audio source. Pros