#2
A good microphone like a Shure SM57
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#3
A Digital Interface, preferbly USB.
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#4
i use a shure sm57 microphone and a m-audio mobile pre. about 220 bucks, and you got yourself a decent little recording rig
#5
How much do you want to spend? How many tracks do you want to be able to record at one time?
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#7
What about something relatively cheap, at least not over $50. Just simple recording, no concerns with quality or anything.
#8
^^ then why record?
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#11
walmart mic, and audicity. and that will save you $40 bucks to
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#12
I use a £5 mic from Tescos and Audacity....works fine for my needs!
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