Microphones used for recording focus groups should have two key features (from an audio quality perspective) – the ability to capture speech clearly and to block out ambient sounds.
Unidirectional Lectern Microphones – also known as Podium or Gooseneck microphones – have both these features and more.
Here’s a look at the pros and cons of using them.
While it’s hard to control the way people talk in a focus group without interrupting the flow of ideas, we can take some steps to create better recordings. Here are four factors to consider
Getting ready to conduct a qualitative research Interview? Here are some tips to help you prepare the questions.