Currently I am in charge of recording a Chamber Music Concert and need to have a better quality audio setup. Currently I use a Rode NTG1 Shotgun Mic running into a Zoom H4N. I shoot from the back of the hall or the balcony. But have realised that the sound out of the Zoom H4n's mic sounds better than the NTG1 for that hall. I am "VERY" new to recording audio and have no idea what a lot of terms mean (so please be easy on me . The budget for a new recording setup would be around 300-500 dollars, so there's not a lot to work with but the company paying for it is "non-for-profit" so they don't have thousands of dollars to spend. I will be getting a laptop soon so if it is of any use for recording, tell me . There are no mics on stage and no mixing board in the hall, it's quite bare. I can't use clip-on mics on players too. I could place mics on stage if that helps. If you need to know anything else, just ask. Thank you.