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Microphone Suggestion

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by davidthangjam10, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. davidthangjam10

    davidthangjam10 New Metal Member

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    Any Samson Q7 user i'm planning to pickup by the end of the week! please give me some feedbacks?
     
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    what is the application? if it is live vocals, i'd just spend the extra 20 bucks and get a shure sm58.
     
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    yep... sm58/57s are a no brainer at that price point
     
  4. davidthangjam10

    davidthangjam10 New Metal Member

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    nope just for recording some demos!
     
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    grab a sm57
     
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    davidthangjam10 New Metal Member

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    i know that sm58 and 57 is better choice btw i don't have enough cash and want to record some demos/single for my band,if there's any samson q7 user out there please help me out will it get my job done?
     
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    You can also use a headphone as mic. :) 0 $
    I think if you're just recording some demos any mic will do
     
  9. davidthangjam10

    davidthangjam10 New Metal Member

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    hahaha. i know that but i wanted a studio quality one!
     
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    Well, make up your mind. "Just for demos" and "needs to be studio quality", but an SM58 is "too expensive" is quite contradicting. An SM58 is a perfectly good all-around mic at that price point, either get that or get something that is NOT studio quality, you kind of can't have both.
     
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    Just make the band help buying the 57
     
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    No. Get a 57
     
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    The 57 will pay you back, it can literally be used on ANYTHING. And you could probably find one used for about the same price as the Q7.
     
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    I've got a q7, and I use it as talkback. Definitely pick up a 57 if you wan't some quality.
     

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