How do I make my Blue Yeti less sensitive?
→ To make your Yeti less sensitive and focus more on your voice, follow these steps:
- 1 Reduce the gain.
- 2 Adjust the input volume.
- 3 Position the Mic Correctly.
- 4 Use the right polar pattern settings.
- 5 Adjust Microphone sensitivity.
- 6 A pop filter to minimize plosive noises.
- 7 Use a noise-canceling app.
Why is my Blue Yeti horrible?
Getting too close to your Blue Yeti mic can pick up excessive breathing, pops from plosives (letters like P and T), mouth noises, and in a worst-case scenario can cause distortions and crackling sounds.
How can I make my mic less sensitive?
To change the mic sensitivity in Windows, you’ll have to go into the device settings for your microphone.
- Go to Settings > System > Sound.
- Under Input, make sure your mic is selected, then click Device Properties.
- Select Additional device properties.
- In the Levels tab, increase or decrease the Microphone (sensitivity).
Why does my Blue Yeti sound scratchy?
Your Blue Yeti may be crackling because of software-related issues or a problem with the USB cable or port. You can restart your computer, adjust the microphone gain and volume, and turn off background processes to fix it. Using a different USB port and cable is another possible solution.