What kind of results can I expect from this? I'm a budget studio owner who only owns one condenser mic, an AT3035. It runs thru a GT Brick preamp, an FMR RNC1773 condenser, and then thru my E-MU 0404 PCI card into Cubase SX3. The mics been great with folk singers, rappers, and low sultry vocalists. But lately I've been bringing in female singers and males with a higher ranges and louder voices. The results have not been very good and I'm not sure if its my skills as an engineer, the acoustics of my booth, or (it dawned on me last nite) my "warm" mic. I remember when I bought this mic that some mics were described as "sparkly" and "bright". Do I need to expand my mic closet to include one of these for my new clients? Would it help me with these new upper-range vocalists I'm recording? Any "bright" budget mic suggestions for under $200? THANKS!