PowerPoint Microphones: The Favorites

Created: Monday, April 28, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



PowerPoint and a microphone — what is it that holds these two together? More often than not, you use a microphone to record voice-overs for your slides. And this again is done in one of two ways. Recording voice-overs in PowerPoint using the Record Narration feature — or using similar features provided through add-ins such as Adobe Presenter or Articulate Presenter. The other way is recording voice-overs outside PowerPoint and importing them. The first process is the quickest and the second may take a longer time — whichever process you use, a nice microphone can work wonders. And that brings us to the reason behind this article — what exactly is a “nice” microphone?

Explore some of the best microphones used for voice-overs in PowerPoint.

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