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He's talking about camera mics, and I think that those are always condensers.  They have to be in order to pick up from a distance.

I think you'd be just fine with a decent dynamic mic.


yea i gues ^^ just have to find one now =P
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I absolutely love the audio quality of my meteor mic, however I do have issues using it for PC based commentaries as well because it picks up all my keyboard clicks and mouse clicks no matter where I set the microphone.
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post #13 of 33
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaOSJmhnS_Q also usefull video

 

Excellent video.  The USB mics we are looking at are very similar to the SM58.  :)  So yeah, you'll be set with a good dynamic USB mic.

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post #14 of 33
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Excellent video.  The USB mics we are looking at are very similar to the SM58.  smile.gif  So yeah, you'll be set with a good dynamic USB mic.

tobad that sm58 isnt a usb mic woulth have to buy a converter to use it (Shure X2u XLR-to-USB Signal Adaptor)

there seems to be bundle prices with the converter+mic+a stand but they go up to 225euro's = /
Edited by Joell28 - 2/6/13 at 11:33pm
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post #15 of 33
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I absolutely love the audio quality of my meteor mic, however I do have issues using it for PC based commentaries as well because it picks up all my keyboard clicks and mouse clicks no matter where I set the microphone.


yea it records pretty much everything in my room =P and it gets rly iritating to the people on skype x)
thats why im looking for a dynamic now wich seems to be less sensetive to background noise/and focus on more on one area(to avoid keyboard sounds)
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post #16 of 33
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tobad that sm58 isnt a usb mic woulth have to buy a converter to use it (Shure X2u XLR-to-USB Signal Adaptor)

 

It wouldn't surprise me if the two mics you're looking at are either just as good or better than the SM58.  The SM58 may be a standard (almost since 1958 when it was created), but there is a large amount of mics that are better at a similar price.  Today, we have USB mics too, and so I bet that there are USB mics that are either just as good as, or better than the SM58.  The SM58 is really nothing special, and so that's why I'm saying that I bet the two mics you're looking at are at least as good as the SM58, if not better.

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post #17 of 33
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It wouldn't surprise me if the two mics you're looking at are either just as good or better than the SM58.  The SM58 may be a standard (almost since 1958 when it was created), but there is a large amount of mics that are better at a similar price.  Today, we have USB mics too, and so I bet that there are USB mics that are either just as good as, or better than the SM58.  The SM58 is really nothing special, and so that's why I'm saying that I bet the two mics you're looking at are at least as good as the SM58, if not better.


yea and i gues the price is also because of the build quality ^^ ( seems u can do what ever u like with it trow it into water/trow it off buildings/ride over it with a car etc)
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post #18 of 33
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yea and i gues the price is also because of the build quality ^^ ( seems u can do what ever u like with it trow it into water/trow it off buildings/ride over it with a car etc)

 

Well, I'd say the price is because of the Shure brand name, but that's me.

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post #19 of 33
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Well, I'd say the price is because of the Shure brand name, but that's me.

gues that also plays a role ^^
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post #20 of 33
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gues that also plays a role ^^

 

Indeed it does!  :)

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