Discussion in 'UTAU Discussion' started by stormylullaby, Feb 12, 2012.
I use a fail USB mic xDD
I use a Behringer 1204 FX USB Mixer. It is a powered hardware mixer that has an AISO USB interface and acts as mixer for when I need multiple mics on my side-projects.
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In terms of the actual microphone I use it is a Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone.
Beyond my main mic I got a Blue Microphones Snowball USB mic I bought off of Craigslist for $25 used and an Audio Technica ATR-6250 Stereo Condenser Video/Recording Mic that I use with my Sony portable recorder.
The THOMANN T.BONE SC450 USB !
I love it. It costs ~ 100 euros/80 GBP/130 USD
I use an A4Tech headset. I have a webcam with a built-in microphone, but it's not as good as my headset.
I use either my 10$ logitech headset or this mic i snagged from a singing game thing. XD; I actually have fairly clear banks for using such cheap mics.
Am I the only one that uses the laptop built in microphone? lol for some reason mine has surprisingly good quality o_O;;;;
I use a logitech mic, not so good, not so bad XD
I've got a snowball, and it works pretty well.
I use BLUE Yeti USB mic.
I'm probably the only one who actually is not /that/ happy with it because although it is a pretty fine mic, I cannot for the life of me EQ enough to make it less muffled. It's just naturally muffled too much for me. And it does not like it when I try to voice act a male.
I used to have a ghetto headset-ish mic with no name yet it was really nice, but of course it's broken now lol.
as I said before I use a fail mic and it looks like this xD
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I use a Logitech desktop microphone.
It's pretty good for a somewhat cheap mic, but it really depends on how you record with it.
I get better results when I talk higher and louder.
That is my mircophone, except w/ the Disney Sing It! logo, and with a USB at the end. :I
No handles, no nothing, just plug it in and sing.
This is my microphone:
It's absolutely perfect for what I need to do, amazing quality, and only 30 bucks. PLUS I can use it with video games. (plus i got it for free)
Sorry, but if you spend over like.... 30ish bucks for a mic, and /only/ using it for UTAU, i think its a waste of money xD;; Like there is no need when there are very high quality mics such as this that are so cheap. If your planning on singing ect that I guess its ok, but just UTAU? I think money can be well spent elsewhere u__u;
I use my microphone first to record songs and post these covers on youtube, and even participate in choruses. From my perspective, this purchase pays for itself x)
Then, to have a good Utau, I think we should record syllabs with a good microphone. It's better to arrange with a friend in this case, and indeed, it is unnecessary to buy an expensive microphone if it is to use only once ^ ^
I use mom's radio stuff, in this picture though im useing her old band's mic and sound board
I used to be able to go to the radio station and record when mom worked there but she quit.([sup]i recorded my first utau there, buttt i didnt do practicly any sound right so i deleted it xD ))[/sup]
my microphon stand is messed up i didnt fee like fixing it for this crappy shot D: (and im sick and look very sickly so i stood in the light so you couldnt see i havent been out of bed for like the past 3 days xE
ummm this iss a shure SM 58 mic, with KOSS 29 headphones and the motherboard sound board si Alesis multimiz 4
I used to record with a eagle toneCM 40 but it shorted out :.(
I use to record with a logitec microphone, but now I have a USB Condenser mic.~ >w<
I have no idea what it is, it seems like any label fell off and nothing's directly on it...;;
Randomly found it in my basement one day, yeah~;;
I first used a cheap headset, quality was fine, then a very cheap headset, the quality was really, REALLY crappy, and now I use my wii mic.
Samson.. something, can't remember the numbers xD Anyway, an USB plug-in microphone
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