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I bought a decent Rode microphone for some of my videos but to me it sounds like I'm talking into a microphone. Is there an adjustment I should be making to make my recordings more natural? Just to clear things up I am not referring to hissing or static. I am talking about the overall sound sounding like it is coming from a microphone.
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