How To Use The Audio Technica BP40 Studio Microphone With The Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console For Great Sound

How do they get Great Sound out of their microphones? Did you ever ask yourself that question? Well, there are a number of ways the Pros do it. One way is to use software and correct the audio after they have recorded it. The other way is to use a Mixing Console (like they do in live shows). This video takes the mystery out of and shows you how to get Great Audio using an Audio Technica BP40 Broadcast Microphone along with a Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console.

Sick and tired of awful audio? This video will show the sound of the Audio Technica BP40 Mic and some of the ins-and-outs of the Yamaha MG10XU Mixer Console. You’ll see how to set up this combination Microphone and Mixer and grab great audio into your Camera without using Audio Editing Software!!

Some of the items used and/or shown in this video:

-Audio Technica BP40 Large Diaphragm Dynamic Microphone:

– Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console:

– Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console with Cables Included:

– Qty of 2 XLR Cables, 20 Feet Each:

– Jamstands Tabletop Microphone Stand:

– Hosa ATT-488 Attenuator:

– 2 Pack of 1/4″ Male to 1/8″ Female stereo Audio Adapters (for plugging in an 1/8 inch Headphone Jack into Yamaha console):

– XLR Female to 1/8″ TRS Male Adapter Cable (To plug an XLR Cable into a DSLR Camera input jack):

– Canon 60D Digital XLR Camera (Updated to the Canon 70D):

– Canon 24-105mm F4.0 Lens:

– Manfrotto 290 STA-3 Tripod with Fluid Head:

– Pixtor, by SanDisk, 32GB Performance SDHC UHS-1 Memory Card:

– iHome iB50 Noise Cancelling Headphones (Now the iB51BRC Noise Cancelling Headphones):

– Cell Phone Grip for iPhone 6s, to hold phone to tripod:

– iPhone 6s Cell Phone (Updated to the iPhone 7):

– Camtasia Studio 8, Video Editing Software (Update to Camtasia Studio 9):

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