#1
does anyone like guitar center sell large microphones that plug into your laptop.

i have a microphone that is less than an inch thin and if i got a bigger microphone, could i record at louder volumes?
#3
Do you want a USB microphone that can do that? A Samson CO1U (available on their website) can do just that...I don't know if you can record at louder volumes, but it will sound a lot better.
Quote by keiron_d
thank you sooooooo much for the advice Fast_Fingers...i would hug you if i could...i looooove you!


True love exists in UG. Can you feel it?

Recording Guitar Amps 101
#4
well, the mic i have right now sucks. its a little chode.

i want to record vocals and electric guitar.. but i cant record close enough to the speakers without getting a broken sound.. it seems like the mic is too sensitive to record high volumes.. and i'm just playing out of a tiny 15 watt SS amp.
#6
Try dropping the gain of your microphone...make sure mic boost is off. It should be under sound settings in Windows (under Control Panel).

Ideally you should have a decent interface and a good microphone that can handle vocals and loud sounds...dynamics like the Shure SM57.
Quote by keiron_d
thank you sooooooo much for the advice Fast_Fingers...i would hug you if i could...i looooove you!


True love exists in UG. Can you feel it?

Recording Guitar Amps 101