I am working to recommend entry-level professional audio recording equipment for my department to improve our audio quality in webinars and short video tutorials. I've done quite a bit of research but am wondering if anyone has recommendations from personal experience for the last two items I need to recommend. Any thoughts out there, Community?
- Acoustic treatment: The room is already sound-proofed, so we are really just looking for the best solution for acoustics within the room.
- Audio recording software for a Mac: We do not need anything too powerful, just something to allow for basic recording, editing and exporting.
For our training videos, we use the Blue Microphones Snowball. Blue Microphones | Snowball - The World's First Professional USB Mic
And our Mac users use Camtasia. Camtasia 2 on the Mac App Store
The microphone is really great high quality and Camtasia is really good for letting you edit on the fly as needed.