Which microphone is the best choice or you? A Shure? AKG? Some sort of wireless หลุดจากมือถือsystem? There are lots to choose from and I’m going to tell how I choose.
It wasn’t too long ago that I joined a band and found myself acting as a singer only. For years I had been singing but from behind the security of my Gibson หนังชนโรงLes Paul, so to take on the role of “Front Man” was a new deal for me. I thought to myself that if I’m going to do it properly, I had better buy myself a new wireless microphone system. I’ve always believed a front man should move around a lot on stage and who wants to be tripping on a cord?
I’ve had all kinds of microphones over the years and for the greater part they’re all หนังโป๊ฝรั่งgood. BUT… They’re not all the same and that is something you should keep in the back of your mind when you’re out shopping for a mic.
It is generally accepted that the Shure SM58 is the hottest, most popular microphone being used หนังใหม่ชนโรงin clubs today. Actually they’ve been around for years and for some reason seem to be cheaper to own now than they ever have been. They are a good mic. Their sound is crisp and clean and they sure seem to be able to take a beating. If you’re out at your local music store looking to buy then you can bet at least one salesperson is going to say “buy an SM58”.
I loved my SM58 but it eventually got stolen so I had to replace it. I ended up at my local music store and they didn’t have one but they did have an AKG D880. I tried it out and liked it right there on the spot so I bought it. It was a slightly hotter version of the SM58 but it required a little bit more EQ on the low end. All the same I’ve had several soundmen over the years comment on it being a good sounding microphone.
Unfortunatelyหนังโป๊ญี่ปุ่น this mic was not wireless so I had to shop around for a while to find the right one. Naturally there was a favorite mic in the wireless field to and it was the Shure Beta 58. I was already familiar with the difference in sound quality between the SM58 and the Beta 58 and knew it would sound good as a wireless too but I wanted to shop around. I tried an Audio Technica but found it didn’t have enough channel variations for my liking. On the plus side this mic remains cordless and is considered to be a very professional microphone so it did have styling that suited my ears. I ended up choosing the Shure Beta 58. I was very pleased with the sound of this microphone. It has soft, warm sound which allows it to be well suited for low range acoustic guitars and bass playing. I’ve also used it for singing. It does a good job of replicating the sound of a person with a live mic.
One problem with the mic is that it has a strong “rear” sound whichaunts me a bit. I fixed this by Increasing the gain of the tube a bit. This fixed the problem. The mic is strong enough that it can stand up to thechannel variationsWhats good about the mic is that it has a strong bass and strong guitar tones. I found that it is a bit lacking in the vocals. I fixed this by Turning the lows down. I still had to turn up the highs for theiances but most of what you hear is in the mids and highs. Settings wise there’s a good range on this mic. It seems to correct properly for every mic type. I was impressed with the cleanliness of the sound. I was impressed with how well it stood up to and whether it was a professional sound or just a factory preset. I found no hiss in the way of reverb either. This was a mic that satisfied all my needs for recording.
Ultimately I found this to be a good reverb for my needs. I was impressed with the sound quality of this microphone and would recommend it to anyone. This was my first reverb and I felt prepared and confident that what I was listening to was a real performance. I was impressed with the level of sound control and made sure I was aware of what I was listening to.