Edit your YouTube videos with #Filmora9: http://bit.ly/2uIGBfY // One of the best investments you can make in your YouTube channel is getting an external microphone. Viewers might look past lower image quality in your videos if the content is interesting, but if they can’t hear you clearly they can’t get interested in the first place. In this video we’ll talk about what kinds of microphones are best for different kinds of YouTube videos.
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