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Old 2005-01-29, 15:56
Plague Impaled
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Microphone Help

I have been experementing with a dynamic microphone and it sounded way to tinny on my high end screams and on my growls it came out very exaggurated. So far i was using a Crystal and it worked perfectly but it broke and i am unable to find other ones.

I have looked into dynamic,compressed,crystal microphone types.

I need help which is the best microphone for black metal, what type and brand.

vi sees.
Old 2005-01-29, 16:05
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This will be moved to the gear thread, because it has to with gear, not vocals.
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Old 2005-01-30, 01:15
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I dont think that it really matters what type of mic. If you are using a mic, chances are your running it through a PA. And also if you are running through a mixer you have extra control. And then you can just get a nice mic, with any kind of EQ (preferably 31 band) and then you can get the sound you desire. Just get a nice reliable mic, and a EQ, plus whatever other effect you need.
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Old 2005-01-30, 02:50
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Thanks for the help!!!!

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