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    • I very nearly bought a Rode NT-USB based on Dave's recommendation and I'm sure I would have been happy with it. But then I thought, hmmm, he's using it mostly for the studio and voice over and I want to shoot outdoors in sometimes noisy areas, often with wind. So I ended up springing the big bucks for the Sennheiser MKH-416. Also, where I stream (Kevin's garage) has noise coming from the sides and behind the mic sometimes.

      Wife not happy with another $1,100 charge...

    • he's using it mostly for the studio

      'Entirely' in the Studio.

      My experience is you can never go wrong with Sennheiser kit. You get what you pay for.

      Tell her to check the revenue stream from it ... no, wait.

    • Yeah - good suggestion, I have done in the past. And used different camera mount points, but it's really a matter of effort Vs reward with bikes with stock exhausts. Some just are too muffled to make it worthwhile. I'm OK using the Lav mic to get approximately what you hear when riding it for most - If I shut up long enough.

      I've got 3 Go Pros so different points are easy - sync 'em in post.