#1
I am currently using a Blue bluebird which is a large diaphragm condenser mic, and was wondering if a large or small diaphragm would complement it better when recording together?
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#4
When recording what together?
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#6
Quote by MatrixClaw
When recording what together?

acoustic and vocals
ESP LTD EC-1000 vintage black
sunburst fender MIM tele
Epiphone LP standard ebony
Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Mesa/Boogie .50 caliber plus head
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Fender Hot rod Deluxe
#7
Are you saying recording vocals and acoustic together?

or

Two mics on acoustic and then two mics on vocals?

If your doing two mics on vocals you need to be careful about phasing.
#8
Quote by FireHawk
Are you saying recording vocals and acoustic together?

or

Two mics on acoustic and then two mics on vocals?

If your doing two mics on vocals you need to be careful about phasing.

I want to be able to do both vocals and acoustic together sometimes and seperatly sometimes.
ESP LTD EC-1000 vintage black
sunburst fender MIM tele
Epiphone LP standard ebony
Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Mesa/Boogie .50 caliber plus head
Marshall JCM900 Hi-gain MII 2500
Fender Hot rod Deluxe
#9
Quote by Cloudkicker
I want to be able to do both vocals and acoustic together sometimes and seperatly sometimes.

I'd probably get a decent small diaphragm, just for variety's sake.