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How is important about converter?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by sun1999, Jul 9, 2005.

  1. sun1999

    sun1999 Guest

    I want to buy something to make a better sound.
    I'm deciding to upgrade pre-mic ( avalon or anything better than my pre-mic) or buy a converter ( apogee rosetta 200).

    my gear is

    - g4 dual 1.0
    - logic pro 7
    - tascam fw-1884
    - mindprint pre-mic envoice
    - CAD condenser mic E-200

    please , help me. thank you.
  2. Markd102

    Markd102 Well-Known Member

    Apr 24, 2001
    Forget the converters for now. The mic, preamp and room acoustics will all have a greater impact or your sound than converters.

    I have an Envoice, and while it's usable, it's not a patch on my Buzz Audio or Sebatron.
    The other problem you may have for some applications is your microphone. The E200 is not a large diaphram mic. I think it's something like 3/4".
  3. sun1999

    sun1999 Guest

    thanks Mark. and I forget to tell that i have PC setup too.

    - P4 3.2E
    - motu 2408 mkIII

    I always use any softsynth (like a Giga studio , BFD , DFH ,etc )from this setup and input all in my tascam fw-1884.

    I'm not sure that converter will help this, or not?
    So , I should change my pre-mic to be better for rec vox, that's
    better choice?

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