Professional Recording Quality

Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by JonPaulP, Aug 23, 2002.

  1. Frank Beanz

    Frank Beanz New Member

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    oops, too late
  2. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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  3. theremix

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    i'd go with a sennheise mic. its the best!
  4. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    is sennheise same as zennheiser?
  5. jon-paul

    jon-paul New Member

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    Well im studying a Degree in music production and this is their recomendation a rhode nt1 or a c1000s but a shure beta 58 is pretty much an all rounder. the quality of your recording will also depend on the quality of your studio software and hardware. I use a Digi 001 card from digidesign with Pro-Tools software. The best advice i can give is try your mic before you buy try and get a loan of it and try a recording you may have to pay a hire fee but this will be money well spent for the right mic. To find out more Email Me at management@artistedirect.com

    Cheers Jp
  6. goalyguy333

    goalyguy333 New Member

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    i wish I could record.
  7. ooz

    ooz New Member

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    personally use SM-58

    and!! there is a unique DirectX plug-in (if you are familiar with computer music production) which is called AKAI MIC MODELLER.... try to search for that one... you select an input mike and the mike you want to get sound of....

    unfortunately can't give a link,

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