How to Connect Any XLR Microphone to Your Computer Using a Zoom Recorder. ****** 🔴 Check out the Zoom H4N on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/3cbQRy2 🔵Check out the Zoom H6 on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/3c96eqI
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📒 Show Notes 📒
1️⃣ Zoom H4n Pro 4-Track Portable Recorder
2️⃣ Zoom H6 6-Track Portable Recorder
3️⃣ 10 ft XLR Cable
4️⃣ Mini USB Cable
5️⃣ Shure SM58 Dynamic Microphone
6️⃣ How To Sync Audio & Video (For Beginners)
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In this tutorial, Omar El Takrori from Think Media shows you how to convert xlr to USB using a Zoom recorder as a USB interface. You’ll also learn how to connect an XLR mic to your computer with either the H6 or H4n.
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