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TwilightOdyssey wrote:You should keep your microphone and do something about the room!
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Likewise. A dynamic mic won't solve your problem, but you would really be surprised how much change you make in a room just by hanging quilts around the place. Doesn't look very professional but who cares if the sound is better.
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In other words, your mic is not the main problem. Put a polyester duvet behind the singer/performer. Also, put foam around the mic (eg. portable vocal booth, Kaotica Eyeball, SE Reflexion Filter etc). That should get you half way there if you're really not going to go all out for treatment (which, to be fair, can be a pain in the **** in rented accommodation). But it will still sound rubbish over your speakers if the room is untreated - so you need at least to get the mirror points sorted, or to listen on decent headphones.
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