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lepetitmartien
post Tue 11 Apr 2006, 22:31
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I can't stop earing about the Violet mics… just as the higher models of the Blue a while back. cool.gif


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post Wed 12 Apr 2006, 00:12
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I just bought a Rode NT 2A and I am very happy with it.

You might also want to consider the features mic's have too. If you can only afford one nice mic, get one with variable pic-up pattern, adjustable high pass filter, etc. That way you will be able to record differently according to the situation.

Since I can only afford one mic I went with the NT 2A b/c it was versatile.

Also, when buying the mic, ask to see the frequency response chart. That will clearly show differences in mics.

Good luck in your search! smile.gif
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