#1
I hope someone can help me....I record in acid pro but mainly Adobe audition. When doin vocals i use just a regular gaming headset (i know its a cheap way but im broke) and there are tons of effects i could put on my voice but i just want something to sound really professional and clear. I play two different kinds of music...acoustic mellow sining and more metal grunge screamo stuff so if i could find something to work for both that'd be great. any help appreciated.

Mason
#2
the shure mics (i think pg's) are good for recording
you should buy an usb recording interface...about 220$ i think with 2 mic jacks and two inputs...very nice
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#3
thanx but i really dont have that much to blow unfortunatly...any advice on voice recording technique?
#4
Buy a Behringer XM8500 mic. They are just as good as Shures for much less ($20). They have good, clear sound, good response, and are relatively hot.
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#5
Quote by gogita21
Buy a Behringer XM8500 mic. They are just as good as Shures for much less ($20). They have good, clear sound, good response, and are relatively hot.


where can i get one of these...are they good live, and what compatibility do they have to computers?

also anyone have any experience with adobe audition?
#6
Musician's Friend has them at that price. They are great live as well as in the studio. The have the same compatibility with computers as every other mic in the world.
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#7
dude get a shure mic (i got mine for like 50 bucks at a local store), then go and record in a closet full of clothes, its the best place acoustically
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Quote by ovdojoey
yeah im good with audition what do you need

ovdojoey..what are some good buikt in effects i can use on my voice...i dont have any clue what to use. all i want to accomplish is something very professional sounding with some what ****ty equipmet (a heat set). soemthing that doesnt muffle out or distort out when i raise my pitch and still is audible enough when i sing low....does that closet full of close work for real?