So as the title has humbly said, I have a static like, or hissing background noise with both my microphones. Both microphones are USB plug in, and I have plugged both in multiple different areas in my PC, and also tried switching power supply outlets on the wall.
As most already know, there seems to not be any real solution to this problem other then buying a new microphone that is XlR and has 48 volt phantom power. With that said, I wasn’t 100% certain if that would fix the problem or just help?
I have about $250 to hopefully fix this problem.
There are a few bundles on Amazon, and I don’t really know what I’m doing, so I was wondering what would get me, the closest to fixing my audio problems.
Bundle one: http://amzn.to/1O5nLOY the AT2020 normally the most recommended microphone for streaming on Twitch.
Bundle two: http://amzn.to/1O5nLOY This is the set up Pewdiepie uses and well I figure if a guy who makes millions uses this, it must hold some amount of weight.
If I was to go this route would I buy an icicle? that seems to be normally bought with it, uncertain what mixer and amp Pewdiepie uses.
I was told that the AT2020 and Focusrite Scarlet 2i2 were most recommended by many.
I plan to use the microphone for Youtube, and streaming on Twitch.
Here is some audio samples, in these audio samples around half way through, I mute the mic to show that USB, I believe is creating the extra noise. I in fact went so far as to turn off all lights in my PC and cut LED wires from my fans in hopes they might of been the cause of the static/hiss background noise.
Blue Yeti Samples:
Enhanced audio http://vocaroo.com/i/s1xVQGsLQbP8
In summary I’m looking for permanent solution, under the range of $250-$300. I don’t really got any friends into audio, so hoping to get some real help here.