Lilay Purple Posted February 5 Report Share Posted February 5 Hello everyone, My name is Lilay. I apologize in advance for my English. I need the help of experienced people in the field of recording sounds of nature. I am very attracted to the recording of natural ambient, namely the so-called silence and very quiet sounds. I'm a beginner and the budget is limited, I already have a Zoom H5 as a recording device. The Rode NTG 5 microphone with a full set of accessories, a tripod that suits me, a powerbank for powering the Zoom H5. Now I have a question about buying a good microphone for stereo recording. Zoom h5 microphones are already starting to make a lot of noise at level 6-7.My budget is small, I can allocate about 1000 euros. Microphones Rode NT5, sE Electronics sE 8 with wind protection fit into this budget and make little noise. But on your forum I saw mentions of Audio Technica BP4025, they say it is good for recording nature and I really like it because it is not a pair of microphones, but everything is placed in 1 case. Please tell me, will Audio Technica BP4025 be a good investment for recording quiet sounds and the environment? Thank you for your attention to my question, I will be glad to hear your opinion! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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