Using MixerFace R4 with Skype

Daniel Martinez

Audio & Tech Wizard

Recording Audio For Video With MixerFace

Learn about using MixerFace to record the audio for your video and get to sounding as good as your videos look!

In this tech note we will show you how to use MixerFace to improve the recording quality of your audio when shooting videos.

What you will need:

  • MixerFace 
  • Camera/Camcorder
  • 3.5mm stereo cable
  • Microphone(s) 
  • Microphone cable(s)

To connect MixerFace to your camera, you will use a 3.5mm stereo cable to feed the line out jack of MixerFace (located on the back panel of the unit) into the appropriate input of your camera, most commonly also 3.5mm inch.  This analog output on MixerFace has a level switch (lo/hi) which accommodates virtually all cameras.  Now you will be able to enjoy drastically improved audio quality thanks to MixerFace’s studio quality pre-amps!  You can connect a total of  two microphones to MixerFace via the XLR inputs if you would like to record in stereo- make sure to check out our custom XY stereo mics (pictured below) which are available for pre-order and are expected to begin shipping out this June! 

MixerFace is ideal for video situations thanks to its industry-standard 1/4-20 thread mounting hole which adds to its versatility and allows you to mount MixerFace to your camera rig… it can be easily used on a “hot shoe” which is a most popular mounting location amongst our video customers. 

Contact us. As always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to drop us a line. You can reach us via the email box at the bottom of this page or via the contact us form. We are serious about customer support and will help you get going quickly.

For additional video/film specific information, check out the detailed MixerFace video review below, by Curtis Judd 

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