If you podcast or record audio of any kind, and you're using Zoom…unless you make the changes outlined in this video, your audio quality is going to be bad. Like, really bad.
Everyone using zoom should follow the steps in this video for optimal audio quality for your podcasts and recordings, and to make the life of your editor easier. Maybe that's you!
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Thanks guys! Super useful. 🙂
Sending this to my on-camera team members, so they can make the necessary adjustments, while I go back to editing.
I’ve been a podcast editor for 3 years or so now. I have not seen a client get exceptional quality a single time using zoom. I always push them to switch off of zoom because it pretty wastes every dollar they spent on their fancy mics. Sure you can get it to sound decent, but if you spent good money on a mic, it’s not worth your time using zoom imo