I have owned this Rode NT3 Hypercardioid Condenser Microphone for about 1 1/2 Years and never really tested it out. So, I had a little time to give it a try and made this quick video.
It’s an XLR Style Mic, so you’ll need a way to plug-in XLR Connections with your set-up. The way I was able to do that was by using an iRig Pre PreAmplifier made by IK Multimedia. The iRig Pre allowed me to be able to plug the audio from the Rode NT3 into my iPhone and capture the audio.
I think you might be interested in this video, so take a look and see what you think.
1) The Rode NT3 Microphone from Amazon
2) iRig Pre PreAmp from Amazon
Could it be possible that a good Lavaliere Microphone that you can plug into your Smartphone can be good, I mean Really Good??
I watch for good deals when it comes to Audio and Video editing equipment. This Lav/Lapel microphone came along and I had to see if it was Too Good To Be True.
It’s called the Gora Lav Mic and it’s only $20.00! It plugs into your iPhone or Android device and is supposed to have really good audio quality.
Let’s see if it lives up to what is being said about it:
Here is what I used to shoot this video of this Gora Lav Mic:
1) The Gora Lav Mic from Amazon
2) An iRig Pre Pre-Amplifier from IK Multimedia from Amazon
3) An iPhone 4S to Plug the iRig Pre and Gora Mic into and Save the Audio Files
4) Sony A6000 Mirrorless Camera
5) Camtasia Studio 8 Video Editing Software
6) Video Lights
YouTube Videos are a lot better when the Audio is Good. It makes you want to actually watch them.
When audio is terrible, it’s sometimes not even worth watching a video.
With this Sennheiser ME66 Shotgun Microphone coupled to a Sennheiser K6 Power Module and a couple of extras, your videos will sound Great!!
This Sennheiser set-up is a medium to high end Shotgun Microphone. So, the audio should be good.
Take a look and see what you think.
This Video should help to take the mystery out of coupling this Sennheiser set-up with your iPhone and guide you on your way to Great Audio for your Videos!!
What this video shows:
-Parts and controls of the Sennheiser ME66 Shotgun Mic and the K6 Power Module.
-Using the iRig Pre (Which is an inexpensive Pre-Amp, around $40 at this writing)
-Connecting the Sennheiser ME66 to the iRig Pre and then to your iPhone 6 (or iPhone 5s, 5c or 4s)
-A few samples of Audio and Video shot using the Sennheiser ME66 and the iPhone 6