Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by Hitman J, Aug 29, 2004.
This is Precise from Columbus BTW
How the fuck are you gonna reccomend a mic, without KNOWING if it's right for his voice or not?
wow.....I'd never figure YOU of all people would make such an ignorant statemnt...IF U MUST know homeboy, I live like 15 min from Buddy....I've heard a couple of the emcees he runs with(that was about a year ago, I'm thinking he still rolls w/ them because they nice together). As far as I knew, he only produces, so he MUST be lookin for a mic for them same dudes.......*shakes head*
WELL THANKS FOR LETTING EVERYONE KNOW AFTERWARDS .
And do all of those people sound the same?
If not, one mic wont work.
-SHAKES MY GODDAMN HEAD-
lol....my bad! geeze!
(Edited thread above, I went off lol)
What in the fuck. How many fuckin folks in here have 15 mics for 15 different voices are you fuckin stupid or just L.D fool..
Read the past posts i have made!
I am lookin for a good mic that will sound good with a variety of voices and is in a good price range
Damn son, read.
Knowledge is power
Since knowledge is power, let me school your absent ass.
I have more than 15 mics currently, and there are people on here who have more than a few as well.
Because no mic works for every voice, thus you need more than one mic, when recording multiple artists.
Have you ever been to a studio, and the engineer looks up and says "Ok, look bitches, ya'll sound corny as fuck, and we only have one mic in here, so make due"?
That's why we have mic lockers.
It offers use multiple choices, for different applications.
Therefore, anyone who records more than one artist, with a different voice, and style, etc, would me more than smart to have more than one mic.
Now who's the fucking fool?
Knowledge IS power.
And to answer your question, there are work horse mics, and general purpose mics, that normally do fairly good on MOST applications, however this does not mean everyone is going to sound great, or even good for that matter, it means they shouldnt sound terrible.
Shure KSM 44 is one of those mics, alone with the Shure SM7B, and yes, it's a dynamic, but before anyone dares to knock it, I suggest you look around, and gain info on this mic, as it's a great mic for rap vocals in general.
K. And as seein what i was asking in the first place you could have saved time by just saying this the first post
thats why i use the KSM 44, i knew that just by TESTING THEM OUT (idea?)
im also going to get an AT and Rode NTK in the near future
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