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> Microphone For Recording Vocals?, hip-hop style
bigheaven
post Thu 29 Aug 2002, 08:59
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Try the hand held condencers,Audio Tecnica,Cad or Neuman
They give the quality with being able to be held during recording.


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post Sat 13 Oct 2018, 17:55
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QUOTE (lepetitmartien @ Thu 18 Jul 2002, 00:28) *
And Rode wise… I love the NT1 better than the NT2, but it's for my voice only… (bass baryton)

The SM family (funny smile.gif is praised by rappers because they can be beaten and still work, useful for guys moving a lot. An accident is easy to take place.

It depends of so many things…

Maybe you can find a rode 2nd hand, usually they are 150$ 2nd hand. Check them thoroughly before buying. Mics are little thing that need close care… and people can be so bad with them.

(I saw GOD -U47- a month ago… I am a believer now wink.gif


Thanks for the post, the bottom line is that a valve mic will give that classic old school sound that we all know so well, if it 'aint broke' don't fix it.
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