#1
Hello all. I have a Zoom G2.1u which I can connect to a computer via usb an record straight from the pedal. While this is practical, the pedal's distortion doesn't sound all that great.

Anyway, to the point now. I have a Shure PG58 mic and I'm wondering if using an XLR to 1/4" adapter into the Zoom would achieve results that would be on par to those of using a proper interface?
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Quote by sammo_boi
I have a Shure PG58 mic and I'm wondering if using an XLR to 1/4" adapter into the Zoom would achieve results that would be on par to those of using a proper interface?


It would be acceptable, but not as good as by any means.

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#5
Doubt you'll get enough volume, line level signals need a lot less comparative gain than mic level.
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