If you go for a good microphone to take vocals on is sufficient to take into account. First of all, budget is important. If you're just beginning to record, you're still discovering what you're looking for. The relatively inexpensive basic sets are often a nice starting point. They are often beautiful all-round microphones. And a big membrame studio microphone in such a set is fine to use. You can play them well for vocals, and also fine for guitars or other instruments. From there, you can take a look.
For a home studioIt's important that, if you're going to have your own voice, it's important that you do it. In particular, you focus on your own voice in combination with the microphone. If in the long run you're more at home in recording and mixing. Then you 'll find out what you' ll find from your first microphone. You will be hearing things like ambient noise, distortion and recording quality. And in the long run, you can then look at how you would like to see those things in a microphone. Don't think about distortion of bad quality. Distortion is a character property of the microphone.
Before Instruments-microphones The same applies to a large part of what is true for singing. -I'm stronger. When you start recording you can often come to a very end with one mike. Then you don't have to buy a special instrument microphone. At the moment, however, you are going to look at what instrument you are going to record. Also which kind of microphone now has any effect on your recordings. The one instrument demands a robust dynamic mic. The other to have a small membrame pencilmic. And if you need a little more heat, you're probably going for a big memray.
Large and small membrame studio-micromonitor.
We have seen both these terms come to an end. But what are the character characteristics of the two different? When is something small or big memo-name. A small membrame microphone can be named as if it remains under 1 inch (2.54 cm). This is widely used for choirs and orchestras. You can usually take away from what you want to take away from him. A small membrame also needs less to move in motion than a large one. So he's a little more sensitive.
A large memray is therefore no less sensitive. He is placed differently. You will always have to be closer to this microphone. So you have less of a range for the right audio. Which thus outlines the ideal situation for song recordings. The sound of a voice also requires the heat of a large memray mic. If you have any further questions about this and would like to know more you can always come by in the shop.