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Moving from One to Two Vocal Tracks
Old 7th September 2004
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Moving from One to Two Vocal Tracks

I need some advice on adding equipment for recording multi-part dialogs and voice overs.

I am currently recording using a Shure KSM-44 and Presonus Eureka into my Digi 002R. The mic is in the same room as the recording equipment. It has worked out quite well using an Auralex Maxwall and headphones.

I would like to add a second set-up to record two people (male or female) at once for more 'natural' dialog interaction.

Can anyone suggest another set-up in the $1000 -$1200 range that would offer some versatility in use, yet sound consistent with my current recording chain?

Would I be better off duplicating my current set-up?

Thanks !
Old 8th September 2004
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Yes, no, maybe. Pick one.
Old 8th September 2004
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Re: Moving from One to Two Vocal Tracks

Quote:
Originally posted by UPstart

Can anyone suggest another set-up in the $1000 -$1200 range that would offer some versatility in use, yet sound consistent with my current recording chain?

Would I be better off duplicating my current set-up?

Thanks !
It sounds like duplicating would be the way to go. Then you can start to diversify with different mics.
Old 8th September 2004
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Re: Moving from One to Two Vocal Tracks

Quote:
Originally posted by UPstart
Can anyone suggest another set-up in the $1000 -$1200 range that would offer some versatility in use, yet sound consistent with my current recording chain?
When you say "setup" are you talking about just the mic or a mic and preamp combination for $1k - $1.2k?
Old 8th September 2004
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sorry for the confusion...

setup = mic + preamp
Old 9th September 2004
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Yeah, duplicating the rig would be the best route unless you want variety...which is the spice of life ya know. So, do you or don't you want some varierty?
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