newerart wrote:some people say buy consender . some guys say buy dynamic . all of them are expert . I know the diffrences between them at least a little . but I've just seen contradiction .
You're getting already great advice on the mic, so to clarify the above: there's just many ways to do what you want to do, and even more scenarios of what more
you may want to do in the future. They all create lots of possible combinations, all equally working (or not) depending on the details of your situation, current and future.
So for example if you have a well treated room, you can be very successful with a condenser.. while if you're totally unware of the importance of the room, a dynamic will serve you better. If you know your gain staging, there's no problem in using a USB (condenser or dynamic as above) mic whose internal converter outputs 16 bit, but if you don't know much abut gain (or maybe you want to mix a guitar and voice track in the future), you're better off with 24 bits. Also, if you want to change microphones in the future, an interface with preamps separated from the mic is gonna save you money, but if not, it's irrelevant.. and so on.