Which Mic.

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by jeffrey827, Jun 7, 2008.

Which mic. for singing?

  1. Shure Beta 58A

  2. Sennheiser 935

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  1. jeffrey827

    jeffrey827 Member

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    which one do you think is better for singing?
     
  2. bchamorro

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    A lot of the times, the right mic depends on your voice. Some mics might sound great with your voice and some mics might not.

    I would personally go with the Shure Beta 58a.

    If you're looking for a vocal mic for your home studio, I suggest you look into getting a large diaphragm condenser mic like the RODE NT1A.
     
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    I have been spec'ing and using the 935 for the last few years. I just feel like it's giving more detail than the beta 58, especially when running digital boards and gear.
     
  4. frankencat

    frankencat Guitarded Gold Supporting Member

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    I have both and I like them both. I like the Senn on my voice and the Beta 58 on my wife's. the Shure cuts through better to my ears but the Senn has more extended highs and lows.
     

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