The Blue Yeti does of course stand on a table or desk, but there's a good chance it will not sound great especially if stuck in front of a computer monitorI'm going table top or stand mounted as my recordings will be static at home. We forgot to build a stage.
Good question. I don't knowGood points. I have a few camera tripods, is there an adapter?
I've seen people recommend a Zoom H2, which is a mic and recorder. But I haven't tried one.I recall you use an occasional Yeti, is there any other I should consider such as those I mention?
So did you go Go in the end? Any good?Mics like the Zoom have a 1/4 thread, same as a camera, so can be attached to a camera tripod.
My friend the sound engineer (he has a masters in it sponsored by EMI) recommended the Samson Go to me as a cheap option.
He also got me to buy sound wedges to put under my monitor speakers to isolate them from the desk - it made a big difference to the sound. I think same for mic if not using a tripod or mic stand