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What Microphone Should I Use? Michelle Miller Levitt of Heil Sound Offers Advice

By Ross Brand

Ross Brand with your Livestream Universe Update and Flash Briefing for Monday, August 6th, 2018.  Choosing a microphone for live streaming and podcasting is a more personal choice than most people realize. Reviews and price points won’t indicate whether that mic will actually sound good with your particular voice. Michelle Miller Levitt of Heil Sound was a recent guest on Livestream Deals. She offered her recommendation for how to pick the best mic for you. More info on Heil microphones at LivestreamDeals.com. You can watch the full interview with Michelle on our brand new LivestreamDeals Facebook page: Facebook.com/LivestreamDeals. Our deal of the day features a USB microphone that’s a great choice for new live streamers and those looking for a solution in the double digit price range. The Samson Q2u is the dynamic USB microphone I used for over two years and is available now on Amazon for just $54.99. Find it at LivestreamDeals.com/gear. On the viewing schedule… At 2pm ET, Phil Gerbyshak chats about leadership with acclaimed TED Talk speaker Drew Dudley of Day One Leadership. View on the Phil Gerbyshak Facebook page. And check out the replay of Professor Nez talking content marketing strategy. Nez shares 4 psychological insights from LinkedIn to boost your content. View at YouTube.com/ProfessorNez. Show & event links at our website. For LivestreamUniverse.com, I’m Ross Brand. Have a day! Subscribe on iTunes: http://LivestreamUniverse.com/iTunes/ Enable on Alexa: http://LivestreamUniverse.com/Alexa Follow on Spreaker: http://LivestreamUniverse.com/Spreaker Listen on Spotify: http://LivestreamUniverse.com/Spotify

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