Microphones: Bestselling home recording studio equipment at the lowest prices

Gear For Your Music Recording Studio

Condenser Microphone

Dynamic Microphone

Instrument Microphone

Microphones come in all shapes and sizes and uses. This is an entire subject, so I'll just give the most practical information.
If you are getting a mic for your studio, you should consider what you'll be recording and how you'll be connecting. Many USB connectors are available nowadays, if you plan to go straight into the computer without an interface.
For recording vocals, consider a wide diaphragm condenser. Alternatively, the classic Shure SM58 worls great if you're on a budget. Dynamics work better for instruments with a large dynamic range, while condensers may be better for flutes and the like.
Wireless microphones are more in vogue for live performance, although these are temperamental beasties. Look for frequency scanning as a feature. Otherwise, dynamics are the best bet for live performance, and the only real choice if they will be hand held.
Pencil Condensers can be suspended for area coverage if you're doing a theatrical show. More specialty mics can be used, such as PZMs and PCCs to mic stages.

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Condenser Microphone"

Condensers are great for vocals in the studio. They have a wider effective range and are less susceptible to dramatic shifts in volume when the singer turns her head.

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Dynamic Microphone

Dynamics are a good choice for live vocals, and instruments in the studio. They are much more directional and less sensitive, so the vocalist can hold the mic right up to their mouth. In the studio, dynamics are recommended for instruments, especially if a number of instruments are playing at the same time.

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Instrument Microphone

Pick-ups and specialty mics for instruments. Some are made with drums as the main purpose, so they have a greater ability to handle spikes in volume. Others have a broader frequency range for pitched instruments..

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