#1
Hi there!

I'm new to all this, so I do apologise if this is in the wrong place or something.

I've been recording on and off for around 5/6 years (mostly with mediocre equipment).

Recently, people have been saying that I should take it further and start recording near to CD quality.

So...

I have bought myself a new acoustic, a new audio interface, a new/ish computer, cables etcetc - basically, everything I need;

HOWEVER...

I need a new microphone.

I currently own a Behringer C-1 condenser. It does the job, but I want to go further.

My budget is around £130/240$.

It's mainly for Vocals and strumming guitar. That is all.


Anyone help?

Many thanks!!!

Danny
Last edited by danny.solo at Nov 5, 2007,
#2
i'm don't know too much about mic's, but personally i use a sure sm58 dynamic. it's good for pretty much everything
#4
Definitely for that price range I'd be looking at the SM57, it's below your max price but you'll be hard put to find a better one unless you want to go higher.
#6
hmmm..

looking into this..

im not too sure at the mo!

reviews say it's not the "best" for vocals and acoustic guitar.. but it will do the job.


^ this isn't what i'd want...

i'd want something that is brilliant for vocals and acoustic..?

many thanks


edit:

what about the Rode NT1a?
has anybody got one of these?
Last edited by danny.solo at Nov 5, 2007,
#7
Wrong forum. Check the riffs and recordings subforum, they would be much better off answering this question, imo.

Gear:
Partscaster/Tele into a bunch of pedals, a Maz 18 head, and a Z Best cab.