How to Economically Transform Your Home Office into a Recording Studio

Whether you are entering a video-conference, creating music, running a podcast or producing videos, having quality audio recording is essential for professionalism. Sounding crisp and clear makes the world of difference in keeping people’s attention to get your message across.

The first upgrade to your home office audio equipment should be a high-quality microphone.  One microphone that has proven to truly serve gaming, vocal recording, voice-over, streaming, voice recognition, YouTube video and Zoom meetings is TONOR’s TC-777 USB Microphone.

Installing the TONOR USB microphone is made easy with a driver-free and plug-and-play design. Plus the cardioid microphone capsule inside provides reliable and accurate pickup.

Getting set up is simple as well, just unfold the tripod stand and adjust the position of the pop filter to get started. The pop filter that comes with the USB microphone effectively eliminates the popping sounds caused by the impact of fast-moving air on the microphone during recorded speech and singing.

Once you have invested in a microphone, it is time to level up with an official microphone stand.

TONOR just came out with their, T20 Microphone Suspension Scissor Arm Stand, worthy of The Campus Socialite Stamp of Approval.

Coming in at 1.78 pounds, stretching 27.55 inches, capable of a 360 degree rotation and able to support a 3.96 pound mic with its steel frame, the T20 microphone arm stand transforms your home office into a recording studio. The microphone arm stand can clamp onto any desk allowing you to set up anywhere at home or in the field.

Having a professional  setup that the TONOR’s microphone and stand provides is a competitive advantage. For one, the stand makes you feel more professional, which will shine through your work. Secondly, when broadcasting live people will take you more professionally hence will feel more inclined to listen to your message. It is safe to say, the tangle and intangible benefits of a proper audio equipment is well worth the investment.

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