Some Pointers ...
For recording voice(s) at a computer:
|1.||Just about any $20-$30 headset with a built-in microphone will work well.|
|2.||$10 boom microphone or clip on microphones work pretty well. A stand alone microphone is also quite useful for creating movies by multiple people who are working together (two students, two teachers, or a tutor and a tutee).|
|3.||Plantronics and Logitech make several USB headsets for about $50 that gives somewhat better results than less expensive headsets. Plantronics makes several folding headsets.|
|4.||Buy one or more splitters (about $10 each) if you want two people to share headsets or microphones. This makes it simple to collaborate.|
|5.||TechSmith sells various recording devices including clip on microphones in their store.|
For recording voice(s) away from your computer:
|1.||Using a Bluetooth microphone paired with a Bluetooth adaptor (USB device or built in to your computer).|
Directions on pairing microphone with computer: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=903
A preliminary step requires you have to download and install the Widcomm bluetooth headset profile.
|2.||Using a FrontRow sound system|
Connect audio out from FrontRow box to audio in on computer.
Test/change the recording level.