Hello! I am an operatic tenor with a slightly darker sound, and my smart thinking before was to buy a decent priced portable recorder to do all my work for me, which was the Zoom H4N. Even at that, I don't know how to use it to its fullest capacity. Recently, I recorded some demos for auditions in an apartment building, and there's just so much noise that came from the room. My voice is on the larger side, and the reverberations coming from the room is just annoying on the recordings. SO...I decided to pull out all stops in an opera singer's budget and buy an NT1a and a vocal reflector. I have not yet tried to record yet, nor am I planning on recording in a tiny apartment again. My next recording session is on Friday in a MUCH larger rehearsal room. I use my Zoom as the Phantom power source, and just export the files onto my computer via SD card. Any recommendations of what I can do gear wise or in general? If I purchased the right equipment in general? What tips and tricks ya'll might have when it comes down to editing on software (Adobe Audition CS6)? Thank you so much!!!!