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I have both Yeti USB and the Audio Technica AT2020. I REALLY recommend the USB Yeti. Your mind will be blown how good quality it is for a USB microphone. Plus you get alot of nice settings for it on the back, like directional and omnidirectional. 9/10
I will point out I used to use mine for podcasting and it was fantastic for that purpose.
now it's just a 'talking to people mic' which is why it's stuffed under my monitor just so.
keep in mind it's a real cardoid condensor mic, it's going to pick up everything happening in the room and if it's not sealed properly, outside the room and down the street. that's their main strength, they will pick up goddamn EVERYTHING.
>>574724376 wtf are you on about 58's are dynamic and don't need 48v phantom power! >>574723519 If you don't have an audio interface already getting a usb mic with one built in is your best option, if you do have an audio interface with XLR inputs a Shure SM58 will work great >>574724223 When are you going to need more than 1 polar pattern for a pc mic ??? cardio is all OP will use
>>574726640 analog mic means you can choose your own mic , pre's and A/D converter but with USB it's all done for you great for some terrible for others like the difference between upgrading a mac and pc
>>574728728 get an SM57 about an inch away from the cab try on and of axis from the cone for different tones, run that via XLR into a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, you can also take the D.I. from your amp head if you have a separate output on the back and mix the dry and wet signals to achieve new tones , after buying the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 you can slowly upgrade the mic your using to a nice large diaphragm condenser and that audio interface can supply 48v so your sorted
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