Everyone seems to have unique issues, and I was hoping for some advice.
I help out on a video podcast/show, with two people at a table, and currently record them with just a Zoom H6 on a stand pointed at them.
This creates some issues:
- Table noise (example at 11:30 in the video).
Inconsistent audio quality:
- Sometimes the sound is hollow.
- Sometimes room noise gets picked up.
How would I got about improving the audio while keeping it fast and simple to set up and take down?
We are also going to experiment with having a few people in audience and want to record their laughter. How should we go about this?
Our idea is to get:
- 2x Monoprice Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone ($70) on a stand in front of each speaker or
- 1x Monoprice Lollipop-Style Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone ($300) on the table between the two speakers
and connect it/them to the Zoom H6 while using the H6's internal microphone for the audience.
- Which of the two would be better? Is there a better alternative?
I'm not opposed to spending a little cash on a good upgrade, I just want to make sure it's worth while.
Thank you so much for any input / thoughts.