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Recording studio 2 months 11 hours ago #83563

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So I just bought a bunch of recording gear. Iv been doing recording for a while but just got and ultra high resolution audio interface . Iv set up a little home studio in my room. Just curious if anyone else does serious recording. If so, what mic do u use, what set up, and do u use audio interfaces or mixer or both? What do u record? I record music and radio kinda stuff.
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Recording studio 1 month 4 weeks ago #83654

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I mostly record junk because I need it to be a voiceover for a scene in one of my home movies. I use a Blue Snowball and have no particular set up.


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Recording studio 1 month 4 weeks ago #83692

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Blue Tornado wrote:
I mostly record junk because I need it to be a voiceover for a scene in one of my home movies. I use a Blue Snowball and have no particular set up.
Cool. I use and SM 48 Shure dynamic microphone and it connects to a Nux miniport UC-2 ultra high resolution audio interface and from their to the computer. I use a Samson mic stand, a pop filter, a foam thingy to put on the tip of the mic, and I use sanhieser HD 201 studio headphones,
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