When recording audio at home, a good quality large-diaphragm condenser (LDC) microphone is eventually something you’ll want. As I say a lot, if you’re just starting out, you can jump into professional level audio with pretty much ANY LDC mic. But as you get more experienced, and when your budget allows, you can really up your game with a good LDC.
My personal favorite has been the Rode NT2-A for several years. But here is one that you should look into, since it has appeared on lists for “the best affordable condenser microphone” by several users.
The sE 2200a is said to produce the quality audio of a higher end product without being cripplingly expensive. It is a favorite of many in the recording field. Each microphone is crafted by hand and comes bundled with a shock mount and pop filter (NOT common these days!) to help ease the recording process and to further enhance the quality of your recordings.
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