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Best Tabletop Microphone Desk Stands For Podcasting & Home Studios

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Many people who want to get started podcasting think all they need is a decent microphone to started. While that’s mostly true, you need a way to get the microphone into a good position in front of your mouth as well.

If you plan on using a shock mount, you will need a microphone stand in order to attach the mount as well.

There are tons of different options when it comes to microphone stands: boom arms that attach to a desk, floor tripod boom arms, built-in mic stands, tabletop desk stands and more.

We’re going to take a look at the best tabletop desk stands to hold your microphone for 2021. These are more portable and less expensive than a larger boom arm. The prices for these mic stands range from under $15 to about $60.

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Best Smartphone Tripods, Stands & Mounts For iPhone & Android

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Smartphone tripods allow you to improve the quality of your recordings – for both audio and video.

When you have the phone stable, you will get more consistent and even audio (assuming you stay in the same spot as well). Video quality is also improved by the stability for obvious reasons – and you can get shots and angles you normally couldn’t without a tripod.

We are going to look at the best smartphone tripods and mounts in 2021 that work with both iPhones and Android smartphones. We’ll start with the best smartphone mount attachments so you can use your phone with standard tripods, sliders, and boom arms. Then we’ll recommend a couple stand-alone tripods, and lastly, the best all-in-one tripod & mount solutions.

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