One of the keys of a good vocal performance is making sure your singer is singing into the right microphone. You want a microphone that’ll flatter your vocalist without picking up outside noises or adding unwanted distortion.
When it comes to recording vocals, it’s hard to go wrong with a large diaphragm condenser mic. They typically feature an extended frequency response and promise a really clear and accurate capture of a vocal performance. However, LDCs can also be prohibitively expensive. The Audio-Technica AT2020 cardioid condenser keeps costs low by not packing as many of the frills that more expensive offerings of this type of microphone have.
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