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Best Mic out of this list.. help please.

Discussion in 'Recording' started by rotproductions, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. AUDIOTECHNICA 4050/CM5
    RODE NTK
    SHURE KSM44
    Studio Projects T3

    Out of these 4 Mics, Witch would give me the best quality vocals? i want my vocals 2 stand out really well. i have herd what the KSM44 sounds like and NTK. i have never herd vocals recorded with the 4050, or t3.

    What in your opinion would be best for pop, hip-hop, and R&B vocals?

    this is a sample of my voice pitch, so you get a idea.

    http://www.soundclick.com/util/streamM3U.m3u?ID=1817758&q=Hi

    if you have a sec to help me out, that would be great!
     
  2. EricK

    EricK Guest

    What mic did you use to record the track you posted? Do you like the way your voice sounds on that track?
     
  3. yes, its not mixed down that well.. but i do like my voice, not really the way it came out. i did full voice overs on that track and panned them left and right to make it more full. because when i do 1 track it sounds so bland.

    I like that track as in the vocals. but i would like better quality without having to pan my vocals.

    right now im just using:

    Nt1a
    Ultra gain pro amp.
    and a soundblaster card

    my computer is extreamly old and slow, Right now im selling my mackie 1604-vlz pro and a fue racks on ebay to buy:

    new desktop computer
    high quality soundcard
    sony headphones
    and one of the mics i listed above.

    i will get a new Amp after that, i have tannoy monitors but im not using them at the moment. when the new setup is going i will connect the monitors and mix on them. right now all mixes are done on a cheap pair of $20 headphones.

    but.. right now im just making music. i would rather make it on bad quality equitment than never be able to lay my music down.

    but hopefully the next steps im taking will improve my quality.
     

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