|03-28-2019, 05:57 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2019
I know this thread is a little old, but thought I'd pop-in anyway.
Dynamic mics have a shorter frequency response range, where as condensers usually cover the entire range of human hearing (or at least close to it). The point of dynamic mics is to use something that has a narrower pick-up pattern to reject feedback, and to also reject some of the frequency ranges that only other instruments would put out, like bass guitar.
So for studio work, you definitely want to look for a condenser. To the original poster, if you can swing $300 a Shure SM27 might be reasonable. Also a "pop filter" wouldn't hurt to have; it'll soften some harder consonant sounds.
|04-26-2019, 11:45 AM||#6 (permalink)|
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