How to record your sermons in MP3
Recording MP3 sermons for under $100!
Are you a minister and looking for a simple and easy way to record your messages in MP3 format to upload to the Internet? I want to share with you one of my solutions, which is very inexpensive and produces very good audio quality. It is comprised of three products, including a voice recorder, a lavalier microphone, and a mono to stereo adaptor.
In my own setup, I use a lavalier (lapel) mic that I bought at Radio Shack for under $35, along with a 1/8 adaptor to convert the mic's mono to stereo (otherwise your message will only be coming out of one speaker). The recorder I bought at Amazon for roughly $55, and it was one of the most purchases I made when it comes to audio recording.
Watch my video below where I explain how all this fits together, and when you're ready to buy, either go to Radio Shack to get the same mic I have, or buy a similar mic at Amazon. I looked for the adaptor on Amazon, but didn't find it. However, if you go with the Audio Technica microphone at Amazon, it's output is stereo, so the adaptor should not be necessary. Below I have links to Amazon where you can buy the recorder and a decent lapel mic at a great price.
If you buy the package below, you do not need the adaptor I talked about in the video. If you go with a lavalier mic which outputs mono signal, then you'll need a mono to stereo adaptor which can be purchased at Radio Shack for fairly cheap.
I do receive a small commission when you click through and purchase from Amazon. This is used to support the work I do in the ministry, so if you use the links above, you're not only getting a great product at a rock bottom price, you're also helping support my work in the ministry.
Thank you so much!