yo stash bout the mic's

Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by YoungWon, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. YoungWon

    YoungWon forwords to be forwarned

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    i took that one back..im figuring sound card aint new nuff or i need a mixing board..


    whats the best mic's in like a 100 dollar price range maybe a bit more..


    i really would like a condenser mic...its only from fucking around on cool edit poppin out demo's n working on songs i wanna do so i aint wasting money at the studio
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  2. YoungWon

    YoungWon forwords to be forwarned

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    oh...and i would like something that aint fantom .......so if you could even think of some good brands..

    i was gone pick up a reg shure 58 ...but i want a condenser
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  3. Stash

    Stash R.I.P Point Game

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    Well around 100$ is pretty cheap for a good mic but as I said for what you are trying to do you don't need something very fancy; you can still get good quality with a mic around that budget area.

    I would suggest the AT3035 now that their prices dropped and it's a mic which I personally think is best for your price range.

    Audio-Technica AT3035 from zZounds.com!


    ^ choose NEW (no stand and cables though). If you need then choose "New, With Tripod Boom Stand and 20 Foot Mic Cable" obviously.

    Holla if you need anythin else
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