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As a podcaster or voiceover actor, the sound of your voice represents you to all of the world. Yes, your content matters, but your standards are represented by what is conveyed by your audio. Clear, clean sound invites your listeners to stay and listen to you; tinny, muffled, or distorted sound can annoy your listeners and drive them away. It is essential that you always make your best possible presentation to the world. The microphone you select is the first step in presenting your identity in sound. Your listeners develop an image of you from the sound of your voice. Do you want top notch sound for your listeners? Sure, you do! Here is a microphone which will capture your voice in high digital quality and in the format suitable for streaming or digital media production.

The Tonor Q9, manufactured by Tonor Corporation, is known for its clean sound and sturdy build quality. It actually comes as a kit, including a boom arm, shock mount, desk clamp, pop filter, mic cover, and USB cable. If you are creating podcasts or doing voiceover work, you will like its broad, flat frequency response and ability to accurately capture voices in a cardioid pattern, single channel mode. The sound is clean and natural, easily capturing the band of audio spectrum suited to the human voice. It can capture frequencies below the vocal range, so make sure you record in a quiet studio free of motor vehicle noise or passing jet traffic.

The Tonor Q9 digital output format is 16 bits and 44.1 or 48.0 ksps, for video or CD content. That is fine for human voice work. Many sound studios accomplish their editing in 96k or 192k sample rates; they can upsample the Q9 audio data if necessary. Likewise, a studio working with 24 bit or 32 bit float audio can convert up from 16 bits if necessary. These changes don't matter if you are making recordings or directly streaming on Zoom or YouTube. They are for advanced editing and archiving and are usually converted to 16 bit/44.1 or 48k for end users.

In summary, this USB microphone provides really nice sound, is sturdy, has useful accessories, for about fifty bucks. It is an excellent value. Read and click below if you would like to shop for the best deal available right now for the Tonor Q9.

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