#1
After recording with audacity and a a rockband videogame microphone, I've decided too get my self some better quality equipment. I'm satisfied with audacity for now, so i just focusing on physical equipment. I'm buying a mic and preamp from a friend of mine for 100 USD. So now I'm wondering what other hardware I'd need to use the full potential of the mic/preamp, instead of just pluging the headphone jack into my computer's mic input. I'm thinking something like an interface, but I don't really know. So what should I get? I'm running a pretty tight budget, so I can't spend more than $50.
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#3
Yea, i know not to go straight into thte computer. But on mf, I saw XLR to USB cables for $40, would that work for taking the preamped signal and bringing it to the computer?
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#4
or do I definately need and inteface?
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#5
I highly recommend an interface. Typically, with the XLR to USB, the latency is terrible. Also, you don't have an easily accessible volume control for it.
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