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« Reply #15 on: 25 February 2009, 05:42:44 »

Thanks, Nsiki! The microphone looks good. I shall make enquiries.
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« Reply #16 on: 25 February 2009, 05:50:09 »

Ya, its about a hundred dollars, but its definitely worth it. I worked with one this weekend, it worked just fine. A word of warning, mon frere- if you spend less then fifty dollars on a mic, be prepared to take some serious cuts in quality.
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« Reply #17 on: 24 August 2009, 02:18:28 »

I would record the tracks separately - you could mix them easily enough in Audacity. Just buy a jack that's compatible with a computer, and audicity, or any music-editing software, should be able to pick it up for you. And then make sure the mic can plug in as well. Depending on the computer, you might be able to record both tracks simultaneously, or you might have to do the voice, then plug in the guitar. I'm heading to band practice later today, I'll ask the guys what kind of mic they'd recommend.

with audicity you should just be ably to buy a jack to mini jack imput (around £4) and plug it in to the mic input, then options click mic input, mics depend on how much money you want to spend, an sm58 is about £70 but it will last for ever, or a pg48 is about half the price.
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