If you are a beginner, you may encounter the following situations when you first encounter live or recording:
I don’t know what kinds of microphones are there? Don't know how to choose?
The sound card seems to be very complicated and the settings are also very troublesome
I just want to open the live broadcast, do I need to spend so much money on a bunch of things?
The USB microphone combines a sound card (also known as ADDA, which converts analog signals into digital signals, and then converts digital signals into analog signals for output, and has the function of adjusting the size of input and output signals), and a microphone (recording sound, adjusting directivity) ) Functions are built in the USB microphone together. In this way, there is no need for complicated settings, just connect the USB cable to the computer, and you can start recording and live streaming at any time.
A good USB microphone will have the following advantages:
No driver required, just plug in and use
Suitable for different operating systems
The input and output volume can be adjusted directly on the microphone
You can directly connect the headset to the microphone for monitoring
The ratio of the sound from the computer to the input sound can be adjusted during monitoring
However, friends who start with a USB microphone should pay special attention to one thing: because the USB microphone is mainly a tool for users to start recording with the most convenient.
If you want to connect two USB microphones for recording today, your computer can only recognize one USB microphone at a time, so everyone should evaluate their needs when buying. If there is a need to record multiple tracks and multiple channels at once in the future, it is still recommended to choose a more formal microphone plus a sound card.