JonnyBoy wrote:I asked the forum about the m80s a few months ago, good to hear that they are similar to something mor affordable. 300 for a dynamic mic is tough if a seinheiser is relatively a good. I am back digging my sm58. Saw all the pros moving to the m80s and thought maybe they were a holy grail....
Different voices benefit from different mics. Just like guys and guitars. My voice can sound muddy with alot of mics and if you do low cut and top boosts it sounds like AM radio since the freq curves on some mics work against me. The Senns just work sooo well for me. I also use e835s and for some vocalists don't even need to EQ them at all (until a couple songs in then I can fine tune)
I know, I know I have to try 'em
, that makes this annoying trying to find one I like. I am not a vocalist by choice(haha) but I sing 80% of the songs now. I would hate to go demo a mic at a guitar center. I liked the description of the mic trying to get a condenser type response in a dynamic package.The one time I sang into a condenser I really liked the tone and clarity of it... But again it could have been the PA, EQ, effects and on and on. Mostly, I also have seen how the industry has latched on to them as great sounding, easy to work with, excellent rejection wrapped up into a rugged touring mic. Plus recording guys seem to be using them more and more. At a club we frequent every month I use their e835 and really like it too! I dont get any feedback from their hot monitors so I can hear myself better than using my SM58 or my Seinn MD728 (an older dynamic mic mostly used to mic guitars). (I may be wrong about that MD#, but it looks like a Milabs mic that the gang used in the later years),,,
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