Hi, first off I want to state that I am a "Super Newbie". I just know this is a stupid question, but here goes. I know when you mic vocals, it is best done in a booth, with the right deminsions, and so forth. But I go trough my house from time to time just singing away, and when I get to my dining room my voice pumps up, with great smooth low end, and a jingle kind of high end. This room has great acoustics! It is almost all wood, cause my house is "very old" like 60 years old. So my question is? could I just use a good condenser mic with a omni directional pick-up pattern, and mic my voice in this room? And take advantage of the natural reverb? Is it always good to have a dead room to mic vocals?