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Good Volume Settings For Gameplay, Commentary, Microphone, Etc.?


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I know this is a noob kind of question (I am a noob at this) but I was wondering if any of you know good volume settings to put the TV, microphone, and computer at when recording videos for youtube? I know all of these things have differing volume levels accross brands but here's what I'm working with just incase any of you are using the same/similar products (as they are common amoung the gaming community on youtube). I have a Samsung series 5 1080p HDTV and a blue yeti microphone. Any of you have the same/similar products, please tell me what volume settings you put the mic and TV at. Also for the blue yeti mic, what gain setting do you have it on?

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If you ever plan on doing commentaries, I suggest you use ANY headset/earphone during play or else the TV audio will get mixed with the commentary.

 

I already know this but thanks for the advice anyways. I'm just having trouble getting the mic at the right volume levels for commentaries. My gameplay seems to just over power my commentary and I'm trying to get my commentary louder than the gameplay without making my gameplay audio too low. I searched youtube videos about the blue yeti microphone but no one says what volume levels (microphone gain, computer's master volume, and microphone monitoring volumes) they set their mic to.

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