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The best mic for my voice

Discussion in 'Microphones' started by llatht, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. llatht

    llatht Active Member

    I use an AT4033 for my vocals. I do like it, but I was wondering if there might be another mic in that price range that may be better suited to my voice. Any opinions would be appreciated. Here's a link to my tunes.
  2. fourone3

    fourone3 Active Member

    I think that's a subjective call. What others here may like, may sound like garbage on your voice.

    Try to find a local pro audio place that allows you to borrow different mics for a day or two.
  3. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    Just moving this thread over to the Microphones forum. Might get more responses there, though I do agree with fourone3.
  4. tubefire

    tubefire Guest

    You really have to try some. Find a dealer that will work with you until you find the right one. Front End Audio and Pro Audio Toys are both pretty liberal about trying some out and it will be worth postage fees for sending them back and forth. Or you may have a large dealer near you that you can demo some. Sometimes studios will help you find the right one for a fee. Trying them yourself is really the only way to make an educated decision. Any other way is just a shot in the dark. Hearing is believing. Use your ears, then make a choice based on your tests.
  5. llatht

    llatht Active Member

    I do realize that I have to test the mics at home to see if they are going to do the trick. The whole point of the question was to provide a sample of what my voice sounds like so I could get some recommendations of mics that may work with my vocal type (thereby narrowing it down). The only big music store within an hour of me is Guitar Center, and they're not all that happy about letting people audition mics because of health regulations.
    Thanks for the heads up tubefire!

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