Learn The Audio Technica BP40 Microphone and The Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console Use and Review

Sick and tired of awful audio? This video will show the sound of the Audio Technica BP40 Mic and some of the ins-and-outs of the Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console. You’ll see how to set up this combination Microphone and Mixer and grab great audio into your Camera without using Audio Editing Software!!

Some of the items used and/or shown in this video:

-Audio Technica BP40 Large Diaphragm Dynamic Microphone:
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– Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console: http://amzn.to/2kSLsR6

– Yamaha MG10XU Mixing Console with Cables Included: http://amzn.to/2m5MKKm

– Qty of 2 XLR Cables, 20 Feet Each: http://amzn.to/2m2lWhF

– Jamstands Tabletop Microphone Stand: http://amzn.to/2lADP66

– Hosa ATT-488 Attenuator: http://amzn.to/2m67a60

– 2 Pack of 1/4″ Male to 1/8″ Female stereo Audio Adapters (for plugging in an 1/8 inch Headphone Jack into Yamaha console): http://amzn.to/2lAxrvk

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Comments

Mike Valentine says:

hi. what is the name of the music that you used during the credits?

Lawrence Albes says:

does it help eliminate feedback?reply asap

Michael Lynn says:

Great video!! Thanks a lot!

Shisha Space says:

As far as I am following since your first video and just really enjoy your video style, I would really love to see a video like “how to run and gun – video shooting” like the style of the Videos you made to the Canon EOS M, dealing with topics like how to react on different weather conditions and the time of day, like if it’s dark or bright outside! Would be interesting to see that! Cheers

FLOODOFSINS says:

I was thinking about getting the mg12xu or mg16xu. I see the board is slightly different. Do you know the difference between the mg10xu and mg12xu?

setoredan says:

Sir, were you hearing your voice in your headphones? Just trying to help a friend with the yahama mixer. They want to hear their voice as they are streaming

meleman says:

this the best tutorial. very clear and very detailed. can I use my go pro black camera for this setup? thank you.

arghadip dandhapath says:

I used Behringer c-1 condenser microphone and I also used 3 pin male to 3 pin female xlr cable which when I connect to Yamaha mg10xu a typical background sounds is heard along with desired sound. Why is this additional sounds coming up?? Do I need a high quality xlr cable??? Plz help me

Spencer Nguyen says:

can you help me setup setting for AT2035?

NeverGive UpOsO says:

which is better to record music with? mixer board or interface?

Hassan Studio says:

I have low volume while recording in Daw software???

Sarthak A says:

Are you using a Yamaha MG10XU Analog Mixer or Yamaha MG10XU 10-Input Stereo Mixer?

Martin says:

Luv your sense of humour! ….. Oh and you seem to know what you’re talking about too. 😉

Boris Bengin says:

If I may make a suggestion. The level at the bottom of the strip (below the peak indicator) should be to the little printed arrow indicator, THEN move the gain up to desired level. Thnx for the demo.. not many demos of the BP40 and it definitely has that broadcast eq curve. Also, phantom power has no effect on dynamic mics.. it can ONLY damage ribbon mics

william fernandes says:

great Educational Video !

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