A popular question online fitness instructors ask is how do you get your microphone and music line on the same channel? One way to do so is through an audio interface. In our updated 2022 version, we go through step-by-step the equipment you need and the set up for this process. The equipment used in this tutorial can act as a blueprint for your set up or be your one stop destination for getting your audio to sound professional.
A benefit of using an audio interface is the control you have over your levels. While there are apps developed these days for this process, an audio interface allows you to hear and see how your levels are doing while recording a workout or streaming through Zoom. An audio interface like the Focusrite Scarlette Solo is a reliable product that you know is going to last and provide quality sound.
If you have a similar set up, let us know in the comments what you’re using!
Equipment Used for this Tutorial
**Please note the links below are affiliate based.**
Focusrite Scarlett Solo USB Interface – CLICK HERE.
Rode XLR to TRS Adapter – CLICK HERE.
1/4 to 1/8 Audio Cable – CLICK HERE.
AmazonBasics Computer Speakers – CLICK HERE.
¼ to 1/8 adapter – CLICK HERE.
Rode Wireless Go – CLICK HERE.
Apple Lighting to USB – CLICK HERE.
Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter – CLICK HERE.
Check out the KIPS Virtual Training Resources – CLICK HERE.
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