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One universal truth of all podcasting is that great sound is a must. Without it, those listeners you’ve worked so hard to earn will quickly abandon your show in favor of another one with better-sounding audio. And while many of us focus on the best podcasting microphone for our shows an equally important piece of podcasting gear is a pop filter.
Like many podcasters, you probably started podcasting using a USB microphone. Those are great tools for beginners, but after a while, you may notice that your sound quality isn’t up to the same standard as some of the best podcasts (even with a good homemade podcast studio). If you want to level up your podcast, eventually you’ll need to invest in an XLR microphone.
Podcasters and other content creators understand the difficulties of capturing clear audio. You need the right environment, workflow, and tools. The equipment can add up quickly. RØDE addressed this problem …
The Shure SM7B is one of the most popular microphones in podcasting. In fact, it’s one of the most popular microphones in the entire entertainment industry. It’s the product of decades of acoustic development and sound research by the serious audiophiles at Shure.