Choosing a Microphone For A Home Studio

Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by Majestic1990, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. platinumstatz

    platinumstatz Member

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    Love the audio technica 4033.. my audio instructor recommended it as a good beginners mic. The bluebird spark is a really dope affordable mic as well.
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  2. John Braun

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    Blue Sparks mic should really work for you!
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  3. Scorp28

    Scorp28 New Member

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    The AT2020 is a great mic!!!!! That would be my first choice in this price range
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  4. Instrumental Beats

    Instrumental Beats PD Beats

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    This is a great mic
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  5. Raw Technique Studios

    Raw Technique Studios New Member

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    I personally have used a AKGc214 for all rap and singing vocal work in my studio for the last year. I have yet to have a unsatisfied client. This mic is clean and if you know how to mix it sounds very impressive for such a good price. Keep in mind your preamp and any other outboard gear will have an impact on your sound. Do not buy a $500 mic and a M-Box and wonder why it still sounds amateur. My current audio chain is AKGc214 - Presonus Firestudio Project - Pro VLA 2 - Pro Tools 10.
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  6. Kdanger

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    What about AKG's? I really love mine and feel like i can get good sound from it but i dont hear about them much and i would never ever buy a behringer ever...not sure why it was listed
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