#1
Im looking for something that can record maybe 5 different instruments for not too much money. Anyone have any suggestions??? But it has to be able to pick up screams well. Thanks
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#2


but seriously, Shure SM57 is the standard. are you recording all at once or in tracks?
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#3
You need to provide more info.

Record into what? A desk or a computer? Do you already have any preamps/interfaces?

A condenser mic is your best bet, though if you don't have a basic recording setup you'll find it easiest to use a handheld portable recorder, like this:



If you have a laptop, a USB condenser mic is by far your best bet.
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You need to provide more info.

Record into what? A desk or a computer? Do you already have any preamps/interfaces?

A condenser mic is your best bet, though if you don't have a basic recording setup you'll find it easiest to use a handheld portable recorder, like this:



If you have a laptop, a USB condenser mic is by far your best bet.



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I have one of those Zoom things. They're cheap and sound great.

Ditto- and it comes with Cubase LE4 for your editing needs
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