Is that your setup or is there a mic preamp involved?
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> > but also... what about your mixer?
My mic preference on a budget would be the "Bluebird" by Blue,
which has a very pleasant harmonic distortion in the lowmids, and is pretty
Not so on a budget an EV re20 or AKG 414 or a combination, relying also on
room size and acoustics.
Hope that helps anyway..
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Interesting. =A0My answer is: none. =A0The microphone cable would go =
passive direct box (*) I got some time ago and the output of the box
then goes into the M-Audio 1010LT card and fed to Ardour. =A0I do not see
at the moment why there would be an external mixer in there.
Small condenser mic-->Radial DI-->Maudio 1010LT=
Is that your setup or is there a mic preamp involved?If not you wil=
l HAVE to use one to get the signal that comes out of the microphone to a p=
roper working level.
Also I'm wondering that=A0 you get any signal at all through a passive =
DI box having no phantom power...My mic preference on a budget woul=
d be the "Bluebird" by Blue,which has a very pleasant harmoni=
c distortion in the lowmids, and is pretty cheap too.
Not so on a budget an EV re20 or AKG 414 or a combination, relying also on =
room size and acoustics.Hope that helps anyway..Moshe=
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