Thanks Hugh, Wow didn't expect to hear directly from you... but now that I have you I
would like to pick your brain for a while on this thread. So there is no such thing as a
"bad mic" then I mean there should be no reason to throw a mic or any mic
away?>>>right. And what I'm getting from what you are saying is that it's just
the placement of the mic to find the particular sound that you want. Does this apply even
in the vocal booth? Also I've noticed, well on all the mics I have, that its has 2
switches on it- 1 that looks like it cuts off the low frequencies and 1 that looks like it
knocks off about 10dbs of volume-Am I reading this correctly?