#1
I'm going to guitarcenter tommorow and I'm thinking about buying a shure mic the one I found is around 100$ what all do i need to make it work?
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#2
A mic cable (XLR) you may want a stand. You do not need anything for power. I am assuming you have something to plug it into..? (interface,mixer,pa)
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#4
A three-pronged male XLR cable, a stand of some sort, depending on what your using it for, something to plug it in to, like a mixer or interface, and a good set of speakers, maybe some studio monitors or PA speakers if you want to use it live.
#5
I would be using it for recording, would i be able to plug it into my microcube?
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#6
Oh god, that's going to sound horrible.

You'll need some kind of audio interface to get it into your PC, and even then the Shure is a dynamic mic so it'll sound pretty poor for anything except an overdriven guitar amp. They're really designed more for live use than recording, the only time I'd ever consider use one for recording is for really loud/screamed vocal parts where a condenser couldn't properly handle the SPL.


Do yourself a massive favour and get one of these:


http://www.google.com/products?client=opera&rls=en&q=samson%20co1u&sourceid=opera&oe=utf-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wf

It's a decent, studio-quality condenser mic, and it plugs straight into a USB port to make computer recording much simpler. The last link on that page is the 'podcaster kit' for $89, which comes with mic stand, windshield and Sonar LE software (based on Sonar 6, which is one of the best recording workstations out there). Absolute bargain.
#7
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Oh god, that's going to sound horrible.

You'll need some kind of audio interface to get it into your PC, and even then the Shure is a dynamic mic so it'll sound pretty poor for anything except an overdriven guitar amp. They're really designed more for live use than recording, the only time I'd ever consider use one for recording is for really loud/screamed vocal parts where a condenser couldn't properly handle the SPL.
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The SM57 is actually a very good all around mic and used in studios daily. It will be best for a guitar cabinet. You can get by doing vocals and acoustic at firs as well although I would suggest a pop filter for vocals. However you will need some kind of audio USB/Firewire interface to plug it into and get it in your computer. These will start at around $120.
Originally posted by arrrgg
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#8
Can I get a link to the interface?
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#9
Originally posted by arrrgg
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#10
It's not the best but it gets the job done....barely.
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