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I couldn't think of anywhere else to put this but anyway, I have a death metal band and we want to record. We don't care too much about quality as long as it is decent. Obviously the drums are quite loud, and I was wondering if a zoom H2 would do the job?
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I couldn't think of anywhere else to put this but anyway, I have a death metal band and we want to record. We don't care too much about quality as long as it is decent. Obviously the drums are quite loud, and I was wondering if a zoom H2 would do the job?



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I would have posted there but it seemed like it was all people sharing their recordings instead of asking questions.
#8
You're Death Metal. Thus it should sound amatuerish. Therefore all you need is one singstar mic in front of you and you're fine.

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