Originally Posted by mtstudi@pacbell
Honestly, I don't like any of the mics you are using for vocals, esp. the Rode, that is a very bright mic. The other posts about getting close to the mic is a good start, and also maybe turn the mic a liittle off axis. www.bluethumbproductions.com
actually Rode mics are either love from first (sound) .. or you will hate it .. and I found that people who hate Rode mics .. would like AT mics instead .. like the AT4033 ....
it all depends on the type of voice you are recording ... at the end .. you will need to choose what to buy .. the NT1-A was the first mic that I got .. and I found it to be very good for female singes ..
I am thinking of getting a AKG 414B-XLS which has a flat response and is multi pattern .. this will be my prime vocal mic ...
by the way .. I visited your website and you have one hefty studio ... as pro as it gets ..